Brothers and Sisters,
Thank you for being a great citizen and joining with you brothers and sisters in voting in this critical election. I’m writing to members of our union today to ask you to vote for the following endorsed statewide Priorities:
- Claire McCaskill for US Senate
- Nicole Galloway for State Auditor
- Yes, on Amendment One
- Yes, on Proposition B
We encourage you to have a Vote Plan. Below are some questions you should think through.
Have you thought about what time of day you’ll be voting?
- Where will you be coming from at that time?
- How will you get there?
- Is that close enough to walk, or will you make a special trip and drive?
- Will you go by yourself or with someone else?
Polls will be open from 6:00 AM to 7:00 PM and make sure to bring a Current Missouri/ Kansas Driver’s License/State ID, Federal Government ID, or copy of a utility bill, bank statement, check, or government document that has your name and current address.
To look up your polling location visit voteroutreach.sos.mo.gov
We may call you after the election to ask you about your experience at the polls.
Thank you for your time. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact the union office.
Legislative Political Organizer
Arkansas, Kansas, Missouri, Oklahoma
“By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.”
- Who are millennials? Anyone born between 1980 and the early 2000’s
- Millenials cast 34 million votes in 2016
- Millennials are the fastest grow- ing electorate… Currently 25.5% of all voters...on track to reach 36.5% by 2020
- With millennials controlling more than a quarter of all ballots cast, their vote is more important than ever
- Young voters are aware, engaged and getting involved at the local level (ex. Running and volunteering in local and national elections, etc.)
- High voter turnout is the new norm for young people
- 23% of millennials are not engaged in the political process...a large untapped group of potential vot- ers/activists
- Millennials are the most ethnically diverse voting group
General Election 2018
November 6, 2018
US Senate Missouri State Auditor
Claire McCaskill Nicole Galloway
Missouri Amendment 1, Missouri Proposition B,
Lobbying, Campaign Finance, Minimum Wage Initiative, (2018)
and Redistricting Initiative (2018)
Missouri Proposition D,
Fuel and Transportation (2018)
U.S. House of Representatives:
1st District Lacy Clay (D) 5th District Emanuel Cleaver (D)
2nd District Cort VanOstran (D) 6th District Sam Graves (R)
3rd District Katy Geppert (D) 7th District Jamie Schoolcraft (D)
4th District Renee Hoagenson (D) 8th District Kathy Ellis (D)
Missouri State Senate:
2nd District Patrice Billings (D) 20th District Jim Billedo (D)
4th District Karla May (D) 22nd District Open
6th District Nicole Thompson (D) 24th District Jill Schupp (D)*
8th District Hillary Shields (D) 26th District John Kiehne (D)
10th District Ayanna Shivers (D) 28th District Joe Poor (D)
12th District Terry Richard (D) 30th District Charlie Norr (D)
14th District Brian Williams (D) 32nd District Carolyn McGowan (D)
16th District Ryan Dillion (D) 34th District Martin Rucker II (D)
18th District Crystal Stephens (D)