Vote Union. Vote Now.

Too often anti-worker politicians want to eliminate everything we worked for. They think we won’t notice. They think they won’t pay a price for turning their backs on working people. The best way to hold these politicians accountable is to vote.

Together, DC 35 members can demand that politicians protect our jobs, our retirement, and our union. Register and vote to make your voice heard. This will only take two minutes.

We all know, November’s election is one of or the most important election for Union members, their families, and workers across the Country. The time is now for all of us, to speak to our families, co-workers, and other union members on what is really at stake. This election is NOT a one issue election.

Please use these talking points in your conversations.

Get Out The Vote!

Get all the details on registration and mail-in/absentee ballots for the November 3 general elections.

  • Massachusets Voter Info
    • General Election: November 3, 2020
    • If you’re returning your completed absentee ballot by U.S. Mail, the clerk must receive it by October 20.
    • Absentee ballots can be requested up until November 2.
    • Vote early between October 17 – October 30
    • Register to vote
    • Apply for a mail-in ballot
    • Learn more

 

  • New Hampshire Voter Info
    • General Election: November 3, 2020
    • If you’re returning your completed absentee ballot by U.S. Mail, the clerk must receive it by 5 p.m. on Tuesday, November 3.
    • Absentee ballots can be requested up until November 2.
    • Register to vote
    • Apply for an absentee ballot
    • Learn more

 

 

  • Vermont Voter Info
    • General Election: November 3, 2020
    • Absentee ballots for November 3, 2020, general election must be requested before September 21, 2020. All ballots must be returned to the town clerk’s office before the close of the office on the day before the election, or to the polling place before 7 p.m. on the day of the election, to be counted. No deadline to register for voting.
    • Register online to vote 
    • Apply for an absentee ballot
    • Learn more

Our Endorsed Candidates

Presidential Endorsements

Joe Biden, for U.S President
Kamala Harris, For U.S. Vice President

DC 35 Endorsed Candidates

Maine Endorsements

Sara Gideon
Maine House of Representatives

Chellie Pingree
First Congressional District

Jared Golden
First Congressional District

IUPAT DC 35 Member Troy Jackson
Maine Senate President

New Hampshire Endorsements

Jeanne Shaheen
for U.S. Senate

Dan Feltes
for Governor

Massachusetts Endorsements

Congressional Delegation

U.S. Senator Ed Markey 
U.S. Senate

Congressman Jim McGovern
2nd MA Congressional District

Jake Auchincloss
4th MA Congressional District

Congresswoman Katherine Clark
5th MA Congressional District

Congressman Seth Moulton
6th MA Congressional District

Congresswoman Ayanna Pressley
7th MA Congressional District

Congressman Stephen Lynch
8th MA Congressional District

Congressman Bill Keating
9th MA Congressional District

 

Massachusetts State Senate

Senator John Velis
2nd Hampden & Hampshire Senate District

Senator Becca Rausch
Norfolk, Bristol, & Middlesex Senate District

Senator John Keenan
Norfolk & Plymouth Senate District

Senator Susan Moran
Plymouth & Barnstable Senate District

Senator Patrick O’Connor
Plymouth & Norfolk Senate District

John Cronin
Worcester & Middlesex Senate District

State Senator Anne Gobi
Worcester, Hampden, Hampshire and Middlesex Senate District

SEIU 509 Member Christine Crean
Worcester & Norfolk Senate District

Massachusetts State House of Representatives

NAGE member Jim Dever
5th Barnstable House District

Brendan Roche
1st Bristol House District

MTA member Rep. Carol Doherty
3rd Bristol House District

Rep. Paul Schmid
8th Bristol House District

Adam Scanlon
14th Bristol House District

Amber Hewett
1st Essex House District

WGAE member Christina Eckert
2nd Essex House District

Rep. Jerry Parisella
6th Essex House District

Sally Kerans
13th Essex House District

UAW Member Rep. Tram Nguyen
18th Essex House District

Will LaRose
2nd Franklin House District

Kerri O’Connor
3rd Hampden House District

Matt Garlo
4th Hampden House District

Jacob Oliveira
7th Hampden House District

Orlando Ramos
9th Hampden House District

Rep. Bud Williams
11th Hampden House District

Deb Busser
1st Middlesex House District

Rep. Danielle Gregoire
4th Middlesex House District

Rep. Tom Stanley 
9th Middlesex House District

Rep. Carmine Gentile
13th Middlesex House District

Rep. David Robertson
19th Middlesex House District

LTU Member Teresa English
22nd Middlesex House District

Rep. Mike Day
31st Middlesex House District

Rep. Dan Sena
37th Middlesex House District

Rep. James Murphy
4th Norfolk House District

Rep. Mark Cusack
5th Norfolk House District

Brian Hamlin
9th Norfolk House District

Rep. Joan Meschino
3rd Plymouth House District

IATSE member Rep. Patrick Kearney
4th Plymouth House District

Emmanuel Dockter
5th Plymouth House District

UAW 1981 Member Rep. Josh Cutler
6th Plymouth House District

Rep. Kathy LaNatra
12th Plymouth House District

Michael Kushmerek
3rd Worcester House District

Rep. Natalie Higgins
4th Worcester House District

Samuel Biagetti
5th Worcester House District

Meghan Kilcoyne
12th Worcester House District