Voting Resources

As union members, we vote to have a voice.

We’re 12% more likely to vote because victories at the ballot box translate to victories at the bargaining table.

Recently, legislation that passed around First Day Sick Pay and Fair Scheduling laws has allowed us to push harder for the worker’s remaining needs at the bargaining table.

Voting allows citizens to have a voice and allows us to defend and expand our rights inside and outside of the workplace.

Below, you’ll find the information you need to have your voice heard in the 2018 congressional elections, occurring on November 6, 2018.

How to fill out your ballot

1. Receive your ballot (They’re mailed out the week of October 14th for both Oregon and Washington)

2. Fill out your ballot

Submit by mail or at a drop box (see below)

Submitting your ballot

Oregon

1. Once your ballot is filled out, place it in the included security envelope and sign.

2. Place your ballot with security envelope in the  included mailing envelope

3. Submit your ballot

-If voting by mail,  remember to use a stamp. (post office locations) ONLY VOTE BY MAIL BEFORE OCTOBER 30th.

-If you’re using a drop box, find one here.

 

Track your ballot in Oregon

Washington

1. Once your ballot is filled out, place it in the included security envelope and sign.

2. Place your ballot with security envelope in the  included mailing envelope

3. Submit your ballot

-If voting by mail, it must be postmarked no later than 8 p.m. on election day. As ballots come with postage-paid envelopes in Washington, you do not need a stamp.

-If you would like to use a drop box or vote in person, find them here

 

Track your ballot in Washington