With so much Election Day information coming in on Tuesday, it'll be a challenge to sift through all the details and figure out what it all means for working families. Join the AFL-CIO on Twitter for three Tweet chats throughout the day that will help you understand what all the results mean and get plugged into Election Day activities...
First up, at 11 a.m. ET, will be Joyce and Karen Koch, the Koch Sisters, who will be talking about the importance of getting out the vote, issues important to them and working families and why they voted. You can follow them on Twitter and send your questions to the @KochSisters using the hashtag #1uEDay. Next up, at 2 p.m. ET, is Carmen Berkley, the director of civil, human and women's rights for the AFL-CIO, who will be talking about voting rights and what reports we're receiving from the field and what you can do to protect your vote. She's on Twitter @CarmenSpinDiego. Finally, at 3 p.m. ET, Mike Podhorzer, the AFL-CIO's political director, will be discussing the state of the elections across the country and what the information coming in means for working families. He's on Twitter @Mike_AFL. When you are asking questions during the Tweet chats, don't forget to use the #1uEDay hashtag, which is also a good place to go for breaking information throughout the day.