Labor Neighbor, the Washington State Labor Council’s grassroots member-to-member political action program, plans an aggressive effort to inform union households about the special election for State Representative in 30th Legislative District. But even if you live outside the district, you can help with neighborhood walks in that area and/or phone banks scheduled throughout the state.
Saturday, Oct. 17
Staging area: RENTON
UA 32 Hall — 595 Monster Road SW
Shift is 9:30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
9:30 snacks/training/pair up, 10:00 first knock, 1:45 p.m. last knock, and debrief and lunch.
Please contact Angela Marshall if you plan on attending.
Last night we held our first meeting at the Labor Temple in Seattle. The hall we reserved was ready before we arrived, which was great.
As you might have guessed being the first meeting there was not a whole lot of structure but there was a whole lot of discussion. We ended up talking about how to structure future meetings, some roles and responsibilities, an overview of our online presence, and we talked about some of the issues.
Stay tuned, this group is going to make an impact on our local. You can show your support by signing up on our email list here.
The first meeting is on September 16th at 5pm, at the MLK Labor Temple in Seattle! Lets get together and discuss the game plan and strategy for moving this forward.