Monthly Archives: September 2020

Sign up to be a voter education ambassador: Right now Maine is 15 voter education ambassador sign ups behind VA. If you haven’t yet, please take a moment to sign up to be a voter education ambassador. Our Voter Education Ambassadors will be our first line of defense to carry our message and promote facts, tools, and plans around voting this cycle. Trusted verifiers in local communities will be more important now than ever.  Sign up here! It’s easy to be a Voter Education Ambassador! As an ambassador you commit to the following: Participate in a state or national based briefing on messaging re: voter education Posting on social and sending an email introducing their network to voteinmaine.com Sharing their plan to vote on social media  Recruiting lawyers in their community to join the campaign’s voter protection efforts Serving a member of our rapid response team on voter protection issues 

Central Maine Labor Council invites you to a FREE Movie night at Skowhegan Drive-in (please reserve tickets in advance) Sunday, September 6 About this Event Doors Open at 7pm Welcome & Guest Speakers at 8pm Movie starts at 8:15pm Concessions available for purchase **Door Prizes!** Please see below for venue rules related to pandemic: Storyline Maya is a quick-witted young woman who comes over the Mexican border without papers and makes her way to the LA home of her older sister Rosa. Rosa gets Maya a job as a janitor: a non-union janitorial service has the contract, the foul-mouthed supervisor can fire workers on a whim, and the service-workers’ union has assigned organizer Sam Shapiro to bring its “justice for janitors” campaign to the building. Sam finds Maya a willing listener, she’s also attracted to him. Rosa resists, she has an ailing husband to consider. The workers try for public…

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Mike Hein is a former Maine Republican state representative candidate and a member of the Central Maine Labor Council. You’ve probably heard the old saw about a chicken and a pig’s contribution to breakfast. In producing a hearty meal, the chicken (eggs) is involved, but the pig (ham/bacon) is really committed! That’s how I felt over the years as an active, registered Maine Republican. Always somewhat involved, but never really committed to most the party’s platform or ideals. Their views on most matters left me bitter, angry, or scared. The left was going to take our guns; the progressives were going to institute communism; the liberals hated God. All of it really scary, and none of it true. Now in this Year of the Plague, with a pandemic making us reassess what is important, Maine’s Republicans are intent to double-down on their anti-science, live-free-and-die recklessness. It’s embarrassing. So, earlier this month, I…

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The Somerset County Field Organizer is having a kick-off regarding the opening up the Somerset Coordinated Campaign office on 61 Water Street in Skowhegan. If you would like to attend please go to: It is on Wednesday September 2nd 2020 from 5:00pm – 6:00pm to sign up go here:  https://my.mainedems.org/event/index/207?s=63006  I would highly recommend that you Download the Reach APP –  One of the best ways to help is by talking to your friends and family about the election. In order to make this even easier, we’re working with a new app called Reach. Reach allows you to track the everyday conversations and help the campaign know who you’ve been talking to. You can download and join our Reach app here.   or  Download the Reach app now! If you have issues with requiring a code please enter: TQVPAW If you have any questions or would like training let me know and I will arrange a…

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