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Final Labor Neighbor GOTV phone banks Monday, Tuesday

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This is it. Here is your final To-Do List for the 2012 elections:

1) VOTE! Visit the state’s MyVote page to find your nearest ballot drop box, where it must be delivered by 8 p.m. on Tuesday.  You can also mail it in, but it must be postmarked by Tuesday to be counted.

2) Can’t find your ballot? Visit your County Auditor’s website for information on how and where you can cast a provisional ballot to make sure your vote gets counted. If you have already voted, most county auditors’ websites also have a Ballot Tracker that you can use to confirm that your ballot has been received. If it has not, and you think it should have been by now, contact that office for instructions.

3) VOLUNTEER to help get out the vote! You can either contact the local party organization of your choice for volunteer opportunities, or if you are a member of a union household, you can participate in the final GOTV phone banks for the Washington State Labor Council’s Labor Neighbor program. Here is the schedule for Monday and Tuesday.

MONDAY, Nov. 5 from 5:30 to 8 p.m.:

King County – IAM 751 in Seattle — 9125 – 15th Pl. S.
Pierce County – IBEW 76 in Tacoma, 3049 S. 36th St, #101
Thurston County – WSLC/WFSE in Olympia, 906 S. Columbia
Spokane County — IUOE 370 in Spokane, 510 S. Elm
Whatcom County (CD 1) – IAM 2379 in Ferndale, 2064 Vista Dr.

 TUESDAY, Nov. 6 (Election Day!) from 1:30 to 4 p.m.:

King County — UFCW 21 in Seattle, 5030 1st Ave. S. #202
Pierce County — IBEW 76 in Tacoma, 3049 S. 36th St, #101
Thurston County — WSLC/WFSE in Olympia, 906 S. Columbia
Spokane County — IUOE 370 in Spokane, 510 S. Elm

 Click here to RSVP to volunteer, or contact Lori Province for more information via email or at 206-351-2956.

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