Let’s be clear, this recall is anti-worker and working families say NO ON THE RECALL. We need all hands on deck to stop it.
Update: Friday, September 10
We are 5 days out, and giving it our all to defeat the anti-union recall effort. We are immensely grateful for all your support thus far. Here are the shift times and locations through Election Day. See flyer below.
For all opportunities, members can register here: action.thelafed.org
Saturday, 9/11: 9am-3pm
Sunday, 9/12: 12pm-8pm
Monday, 9/13: 12pm-8pm
Virtual Phone Banking
Location: Virtual To Register, Click Here
Saturday, 9/11: 10am-1pm
Sunday, 9/12: 12pm-3pm
Monday, 9/13: 5pm-8pm
Here's how you can help:
Sign up for a door-to-door canvassing event near you by clicking here or on the image below
PPE will be provided and local guidelines observed.
Join the California Labor Federation for Get Out the Vote activities that include solidarity phone banks and labor walks. Click here for all actions.
2021 Solidarity Phone Banking Dates and Times:
• Today through September 9 (Tuesday/Wednesday/Thursday): 2:00-5:00pm & 5:30-8:30pm
• September 11-12 (Saturday/Sunday): 11:00-2:00pm
• September 13 (Monday): 2:00-5:00pm
• September 14 (Tuesday): 10:00-2:00pm & 3:00-7:00pm
Join a phone banking session by clicking here or on the image below
Members are welcome to join the Labor Fed in calling fellow union members across the state and urging them to vote “No” on the recall.
The phone banks will be done using your mobile phone through Zoom, so you can help get out our union message without leaving home!
NO on Recall Volunteer CalendarDownload
Click here for sample letters, phone raps/messages, flyers and signs
How should I vote on Question #2 on the ballot?
We are encouraging voters to vote NO on Question #1 and leave Q2 blank.
When will I receive my ballot?
All registered voters should receive their ballots in the mail shortly after August 16th.
When is the deadline to cast my vote?
You must mail in your ballot, post marked by September 14th. If you prefer to vote in person you can cast your vote at any Voter Center in your County.