Make your plans now to “Vote Aggregates” on election day tomorrow says the National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association.
It has a tool to help you find out who is on your ballot and polling place hours and locations.
The association has also created a chart that voters can use to familiarize themselves on where presidential candidates stand on aggregates industry issues before ballots are cast.
“It is incredibly important for the entire aggregates industry to vote for candidates in presidential, congressional, state and local elections who will support policies that grow our industry and oppose burdensome regulations,” said Jim Riley, senior director of government affairs, National Stone, Sand and Gravel Association.
After the election, the association invites the industry to join it for a live digital town hall, “From Congress to the Quarries,” at 10:30 am, Eastern time, on Wednesday, Nov. 9. Anyone in the aggregates industry can join by phone or computer and pose questions about the election results to experts and learn how the election results will impact the industry as a whole.