Election 2020







Election Day 2020 is Tuesday, November 3, 2020.

The voting has started early in many U.S. states, and NUCA wants you to be part of it! Please exercize your right to vote and help choose our nation's next leaders, and remember your employees who also want to participate in this fundamental American right.

Please support those candidates who understand your community's infrastructure needs, and who know that our industry is a fundamental and necessary part of living in a healthy, safe, and prosperous America. 

NUCA Political Action Committee:
Supporting Those Supporting Our Industry


NUCA/PAC provides campaign contributions to candidates who support the American underground utility construction industry. Lawmakers who support their local community's infrastructure can work closely with NUCA to discuss future water and other infrastructure needs.   

In the 2020 Federal general election, NUCA/PAC is supporting these Congressional candidates:

 
U.S. Senate   U.S. House
Joni Ernst (R-IA)   Brian Babin (R-TX-36)
Ben Cline (R-VA-06)
Rodney Davis (R-IL-13)
Peter DeFazio (D-OR-4)
Jeff Duncan (R-SC-03)
Sam Graves (R-MO-06)
Jim Jordan (R-OH-04)
Dan Meuser (R-PA-09) 
Lloyd Smucker (R-PA-11)
As of October 21, 2020    


(Note: NUCA/PAC does not make Presidential contributions.)


Election 2020: Make Sure You and Your Employees Vote!

As NUCA begin planning our 2021 legislative strategy, please make sure that you are registered to vote and have a plan to cast your ballot, be it by mail or in-person, either early or on Election Day, November 3, 2020. Remember also to give your employees time to vote that day--every vote for the industry counts!

If you or your employees are not sure how to register to vote, or unsure of your registration status, you can find more information at USA.gov/voter-registration or at your state Board of Elections website.










 

U.S. Chamber of Commerce: From Election Day to Inauguration Day

With an unprecedented tens of millions of Americans expected to vote by mail this year, and with many states prohibiting counting until Election Day, it may be days or even weeks before we know the outcomes of many contests. Read this informative webpage from the U.S. Chamber on the important dates lawmakers must follow from Nov. 3 to Jan. 20, 2021.

 
Election 2020 Information
Looking for your voting information? NUCA has it here!

Find voter registration information for every U.S. state

 

NUCA Coalition Member IPAA 
2020 Election Center

 
  • Find Voter Information
  • U.S. Congress Candidates 
  • Voting Locations 
  • Political Overview
  • One Vote Can Make A Difference


Registration and Early Voting Deadlines
 
October 26:
Online registration deadline for Colorado, Montana, and Washington
Early in-person voting starts in Maryland
 
October 29:
Registration deadline for Connecticut
Online registration deadline for Nevada
Early in-person voting starts in Oklahoma
 
November 3:
Election Day 2020! VOTE!
Same-day registration available in California, Colorado, Connecticut, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Iowa, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, Rhode  Island, Utah, Vermont, Washington, Washington DC, Wisconsin, and Wyoming