How to Vote for Moorehead/Lilly
“As members of the working class, it’s so important that we vote intelligently, with our own hearts and minds. This “lesser of two evils” narrative is old and played out now. People know damn well that neither Donald Trump nor Hillary Clinton represent the interests of poor, Black, Brown or working people. Voting for Socialist candidates isn’t just a “protest vote.” It’s an expression that some better is very possible. It’s a refusal to go along with what the ruling class is trying to force feed us.”
On Tuesday, Nov. 8, we want you to join us in voting with your heart and minds, voting for revolutionary socialism vs white supremacy and all other forms of inequality under capitalism.
Our candidates, Monica Moorehead and Lamont Lilly, have been tireless champions of those who are fighting on the frontlines for a better world. Our campaign has stood with Standing Rock, Black Lives Matter, migrant workers, labor, and nearly every issue concerning people of color, women, LGBTQ people, people with disabilities, students and more along with national liberation movement fighting the U.S. Empire from Occupied Palestine, Haiti to Venezuela.
We have met thousands of people who are fed up with both and who want nothing less than a revolutionary change.
Take a stand on Tuesday, independent of the two parties of racism, capitalism, and war, by voting for Workers World Party.
- In New Jersey, Utah and Wisconsin, our campaign is on the ballot. For instance, in New Jersey you can find our campaign in the “I” column.
- In most other states, we are certified write-in candidates, meaning you have the right to ask pollsters where to write the names of Monica Moorehead & Lamont Lilly.
- Write in Monica Moorehead for president and Lamont Lilly for vice president in these states: Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Delaware, Idaho, Iowa, Illinois, Indiana, Kansas, Kentucky, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New Hampshire, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Oregon, Vermont, Rhode Island, Tennessee, Texas, Washington (state), Washington (District of Columbia), West Virginia and Wyoming.
- We encourage every who can to write in our candidates, even if your state may not recognize the vote
Can’t vote? Vote online here!
Ready to continue the struggle after this election? Join us in New York for our National Conference on Nov 11- 13 in NYC!
See Monica Moorehead read the 10 Point Program of the WWP, Moorehead/Lilly election campaign, at a Nov. 4 street meeting in NYC.