Today is National Voter Registration Day! Please take a moment to register to vote, or check that you are registered to vote at your current address.

The election is only 42 days away, and voters will have the opportunity to decide important races from the President all the way down the ballot, plus a number of important issues, including Prop 14 (a yes vote would increase stem cell research funding), Prop 15 (a yes vote would increase education funding), and Prop 21 (a yes would would allow cities to institute rent control).

Here are a few election resources:

Get Involved!
Want to get involved in getting out the vote? Our union is actively involved in supporting pro-science, pro-worker, pro-public education candidates and propositions, and you can participate in these regardless of your citizenship. UAW 5810 members are teaming up to phone and text voters in support of our endorsed Congressional candidates, as well as local races and ballot measures. Join our monthly membership meetings on your campus to learn more (click here for a schedule) or email uaw5810@uaw5810.org get looped in.

Help with Yes on Prop 15 to fund schools and communities!
This Saturday afternoon (Sept 26), and on Saturday Oct 10, we’re teaming up with fellow union members to make phone calls for Yes on Prop. 15. This proposition would fix a business tax loophole to fund education and other public services. We will all gather on Zoom, have a short training at the start, and make calls to voters in California. Sign up below to join!

RSVP for Saturday Sept 26: here
RSVP for Saturday Oct 10: here

In solidarity,

UAW 5810 Executive Board
Anke Schennink, President, UC Davis
Neal Sweeney, Vice President, UC Santa Cruz
Alex Blacutt, Recording Secretary, UC Riverside
Gerard Ariño-Estrada, Trustee, UC Davis
Lydia Majure, Trustee, UC Berkeley
Charisse Winston, Sergeant At Arms, UC San Diego
Stephany Chacon, Postdoc Member at Large, LBL
Elliott Peterson, AR Member at Large, UCSF