If you needed any additional incentive to get to the polls, remember that the unions will be out in force. The SEIU-backed Fight for $15 will deploy canvassers in the mid-west to support candidates who back collective bargaining rights and a federally mandated $15 minimum wage. Fight for $15 will target the tightly fought gubernatorial races in Wisconsin and Michigan, which both adopted “right-to-work” laws in recent years, emboldening organized labor. In Milwaukee, Fight for $15 says it will “knock on the doors of 50,000 voters and engage more than 225,000 voters digitally.” In Michigan, it says, it will knock on “more than 430,000 doors and reach 1.6 million [voters] through digital and social media efforts, focusing on Detroit, Flint, and Saginaw.” The group says it is targeting “infrequent voters of color, whose turnout dropped significantly in 2016.” We can expect concentrated efforts in other states as well as the unionizing movement senses more opportunities.