Construction Votes 2017

The construction industry and the millions of workers it employs have much at stake in this election. Now more than ever, it is important to elect leaders willing to work for common-sense solutions to the challenges facing the construction industry and its workforce. Be a construction voter this year by registering to vote, learning about the candidates and issues, and voting in the general election.

I'm a Voter

Don’t be silent this year, be a part of our democracy and make your voice heard in your state’s election.

However, you can’t vote if you’re not registered. Are you and your family members registered to vote?

Registering is easy and takes only a few moments. Simply click the radial buttons to the right to get started.

I'M AN EMPLOYER

Research tells us that 4 out of 5 workers want information from their employers about candidates, issues and elections. In fact, employees cite their employer as the single most trusted source of this information. (Source: BIPAC Market Research)

Providing voter information to your employees is easy, rewarding and, since you talk to your employees every day, it's timely.

But where do we get trustworthy information? How do we sort through the daily deluge from candidates, political parties, news media and others? Who do we trust for an expert opinion? For your employees, it's you!

Download the Construction Votes: A Guide to Get Out the Vote to learn how you can help your employees register to vote, learn about the candidates and issues, and vote in your state's primary and general elections this year.

Additionally, here are some helpful resources that you can cut and paste, or customize to fit your get out the vote needs.

Register to Vote

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Vote Absentee or Early

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Election Day Reminders

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Employee Engagement

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I'M A CANDIDATE

AGC of America is interested in identifying pro-construction candidates running for federal office. If you are a local or state candidate, please contact our respective chapter in your state. A list of state chapters can be found using this map.

First-time federal candidates who are interested in receiving support from the association’s political action committee (AGC PAC), must complete the 2016 AGC PAC Candidate Questionnaire.

If you have any questions or would like to set up a meeting with our political staff, please contact David Ashinoff, Director of Political Affairs, at ashinoffd@agc.org or (202) 547-5013.