Just one day into farm workers’ march for Gov. Gavin Newsom’s signature, he has vetoed #AB616.
Workers are now heading towards the French Laundry, hoping to finally meet with the Governor.
- Saturday: Farmworkers march to Gov. Newsom’s Napa winery to protest his double standards on voting choice
- Sábado: Los campesinos marcharán a la bodega de vino del gobernador Newsom en Napa para protestar por su doble standard en la elección de la votación.
- UFW responds to Newsom veto of farm worker voting choice bill by heading to French Laundry to seek a meeting with him
- First steps in UFW’s 260-mile ‘March for the Governor’s Signature’ for AB 616, making farm labor election voting easier
- Primeros pasos en la “Marcha por la Firma del Gobernador” de 260 millas de la UFW por la AB 616, facilitando la elección del voto a los campesinos
- STONE INTRODUCES AB 616: ALLOWING FARM WORKERS TO VOTE BY MAIL IN UNION ELECTIONS
- AB 616 Agricultural Labor Relations Voting Choice Act Backgrounder
- 9/1/2021: Cal Matters News Story – Farmworkers may be able to vote at home in union elections
- 9/2/2021 Cal Matters Commentary by Catherine L. Fisk – Farmworkers deserve the right to vote by mail in union elections
- Photos Day 1: Farmworkers launch 260 mile march for CA Governor’s signature
- Photos Day 2: 9/24/21: AB 616 vigil to Governor Newsom in Napa
- Photos Day 3: 9/25/21: March from French Laundry to Newsom’s Napa winery
- AB616 News Clips, press advisories, photos, videos