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Volunteer for Labor Neighbor walk Oct. 8 in Snohomish Co.

The general election efforts of Labor Neighbor, the grassroots member-to-member political action program of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, continue this Saturday, Oct. 8. A neighborhood walk will be held to inform union members about labor-endorsed legislative candidates John Lovick and Katrina Ondracek in the 44th Legislative District in Snohomish County from Lake Stevens to Mill Creek.

ln-walk-16oct08TAKE A STAND — VOLUNTEERS ARE NEEDED for Saturday’s walk. We’ll meet at 9 a.m. at the Snohomish County Labor Council, 2812 Lombard Ave. in Everett to pair up, assign neighborhoods, and get literature and materials. Volunteers will be finished by 1 p.m. Click here to volunteer or call 206-281-8901 for more information. Also, download, post and share the flier announcing this Saturday’s walk.

Can’t make it to Saturday’s walk? Labor Neighbor volunteers are needed on weeknights for POSTCARD PARTIES to prepare handwritten postcards to fellow union members urging them to vote in this important election. Postcard Parties are happening from 5:30 to 8 p.m. every Tuesday and Thursday night in Tacoma at UFCW 367, 6403 Lakewood Dr. W.; and the same time every Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday through October at the Washington State Labor Council’s Seattle office, 321 16th Ave S. You can RSVP via email to April Sims.

Labor-Neighbor-bigPlease volunteer for this Saturday’s walk to help take our state back so the needs and concerns of working families are addresed in Olympia.

Also, check out the Labor Neighbor calendar so you can mark your calendars to help out at other walks that are scheduled in the coming weeks. For more information, email WSLC Field Mobilization Director April Sims or call 206-281-8901.

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