Join the fun: Volunteer for Labor Neighbor!

Make sure your union is represented as WSLC gets out the labor vote


(Oct. 20, 2022) — Union members and their families across Washington state are beginning to receive their ballots for this fall’s critically important elections. Many of our freedoms are under threat: our economic freedom to have quality jobs that sustain our families, the freedom to join a union, the freedom to vote, and even our freedom to access health care and have autonomy over our own bodies. We need to make sure that union families understand what is at stake and which candidates will protect their freedoms.

That means it’s time to volunteer for Labor Neighbor.

Participants in the Oct. 15 Labor Neighbor walk in Vancouver.

Labor Neighbor, the grassroots member-to-member political action program of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO, engages union members to inform fellow union members and their families about the candidates who earned labor’s endorsement — and why they earned it. (See the list of WSLC-endorsed candidates for the 2022 election.) The program has been active since July and helped make a difference in the Aug. 2 primary election by contacting union voters, explaining who the pro-worker candidates are, and urging members to vote.

Now, volunteers are needed for the home stretch, beginning this weekend in Renton, Marysville and Lakewood. Please check the remaining schedule of neighborhood walks and phone fun banks, and sign up to volunteer.

Participants in the Oct. 15 Labor Neighbor walk in Auburn.

TAKE A STAND — Make sure your union is represented! Volunteer for Labor Neighbor activities and urge your Union siblings and co-workers to do the same. Even if you live outside the targeted districts, you can still help in that area and/or with phone fun banks. Check the following schedule and fill out the Labor Neighbor Volunteer Form today!


  • CD 8 — 10 a.m. in Renton — Meet at SEIU 1199NW, 15 S. Grady Way
  • LD 10 — 10 a.m. in Marysville — Meet at IBEW 191, 3100 164th St. NE


  • LD 28 — 10 a.m. in Lakewood — Meet at IAFF Hall, 7125 Steilacoom Blvd. SW in Lakewood


  • LD 42 — 10 a.m. in Bellingham — Meet at Squalicum Creek Park Shelter, 1001 Squalicum Way in Bellingham — This walk will be kicked off by Sen. Patty Murray and WSLC President Larry Brown!
  • LD 26 — 10 a.m. in Tacoma — Meet at PCCLC, 3049 S. 36th St.


  • LD 30 — 10 a.m. in Federal Way — Meet at WEA office, 32032 Weyerhaeuser Way S.


  • CD 8 — 10 a.m. in Tukwila — Meet at Teamsters Hall, 14675 Interurban Ave. S.
  • LD 10 — 10 a.m. in Mount Vernon — Meet at USW Hall, 47 Alder Lane


  • LD 42 — 10 a.m. in Bellingham — Meet at NWWCLC Hall, 1700 N. State St. #202

For more information or to RSVP, Raquel Binford or Cherika Carter.

Participants in the Oct. 15 Labor Neighbor walk in Bellingham.

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