2020 General Election COPE Endorsements

Dear Brothers & Sisters,

It’s that time again, the chance to make your voice heard loud and clear, making sure the politicians know we are not going to take this sh*t anymore. It’s time to stand up to the people that are elected to represent us all, but are only representing the powerful elite. We all know that some Politicians aren’t doing the job they were elected to do for the working people of this state, and now is your chance to take out the trash.

Because of failed politicians we have several major road’s projects held-up across the state because of the bureaucracy with-in the Governor’s office and his DEP.  It’s clear they don’t understand, that their decisions or failure to make them, is affecting the working men and women of this state and their families.  We can change this when we all vote.

Enclosed is the IUOE Local 132 endorsement list. This list is not a Democrat or a Republican list, it’s a list that includes candidates who will fight for our rights and stand up for our issues. The candidates on this list are committed to helping further our Union, no matter what some mailer, radio, or tv ad may say about them. What we need to do is vote the person, not the party or some special interest dark money lobbying group that doesn’t give a damn about us or our families or our way of life in West Virginia.

Finally, there is still time to register to vote and you’re able to cast your ballot one of three ways this election: 1. Election Day 2. Early Voting, Oct. 21-31 3. Absentee.  You can register or request your absentee ballot application at GoVoteWv.com.

As always if you have any questions about the candidate(s) in your district(s) or need to find your district please give myself or Justin Williams a call at (304) 343-7731.

Fraternally,

Charles A. Parker
Business Manager

If you are registered, you may vote one of the three ways in the 2020 General Election:

  • Election Day – November 3, 2020
  • Early Voting – October 21 – October 31, 2020.
  • Absentee – Start requesting ballots now; either via paper applications, online, or calling a county clerk.  Those ballots will start being mailed in October.

If you are not yet registered to vote in the 2020 General Election:

2020 General Election COPE Endorsements

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