No one can represent working families and their unions better than working people themselves.
That’s why the New Jersey State AFL-CIO sponsors an ongoing program to recruit, train, mentor, and support union sisters and brothers running for elected office. Through the New Jersey State AFL-CIO Labor Candidates School, union members gain the skills they need to succeed in the political arena.
New Jersey voters have elected union members to public office 817 times since 1997! These working men and women have a proven track record of placing the interests of working families first.
Click here for more information about the Labor Candidates School.
To vote in New Jersey, you don’t have to show up at your local precinct in person on Election Day! Under New Jersey’s vote-by-mail laws, you can ask your County Clerk to send a ballot directly to your home for any reason. Click the here for more information.
Not sure who represents you in Congress or the State Assembly or Legislature? Click here and fill in your address to find out!