Why are you reading this? Go vote!

Nov. 3 isn’t the day the election begins; it’s when the election is over. Visit mnvotes.org to get information on how to vote early, where your polling place is to vote on Election Day, and other important information.

To help out between now and Election Day, connect with the campaigns of any of Labor’s endorsed candidates (see column at right), or call the NEALC’s Mark Privratsky to get plugged into a phone bank, 218-209-7181.

Stay safe! If you plan to vote in person, remember there is still a mask mandate inside public buildings, and that social distancing is still recommended when in large groups of people. If possible, vote in person during times where demand is expected to be slower, such as midmorning or midafternoon. If you are in line when the polls close at 8 p.m., state law says you can still vote.

Candidates who have been endorsed by the Minnesota AFL-CIO are:

U.S. PRESIDENT 
and VICE PRESIDENT
Joe Biden &
Kamala Harris

U.S. SENATE
Sen. Tina Smith

MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE
Sen. Tom Bakk, Senate 3
Rep. Rob Ecklund, House 3A
Rep. Mary Murphy, House 3B
Joe Abeyta, House 5B
Sen. David J. Tomassoni, Senate 6
Rep. Julie Sandstede,
House 6A
Rep. Dave Lislegard,
House 6B
Rep. Jennifer Schultz,
House 7A
Rep. Liz Olson, House 7B
Michelle Lee, Senate 11
Rep. Mike Sundin, House 11A
Jack Frechette, House 11B

COUNTY BOARDS
Keith Musolf, St. Louis County District 3
Dick Brenner, Carlton County District 1

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