Fight for $15 workers will protest for higher wages and unions rights outside the first presidential debate Monday in Hempstead, New York.
Underpaid workers from across the country are promising to wage a "massive march" outside Hofstra University, the site of the debate between Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump.
Gary Johnson of the Libertarian Party and Jill Stein of the Green Party failed to qualify for Monday's presidential debate.
"This election, the 64 million workers paid under $15/hour are bringing together their friends, families, coworkers, church members, and more to make sure candidates on both sides of the aisle know we refuse to be ignored any longer," Alberto Grant Jr., a terminal cleaner at JFK Airport in New York City, said in a statement.
"That's how we won $15 in New York and we can win it for all workers across the country," he added. "Because whether you're an airport cleaner, a home care worker, or a fast food cook, low wages affect everyone. This year we're mobilizing because poverty wages won't fly in America, and we're going to use our power to elect candidates who are dedicated to creating jobs that lift our families and our communities out of poverty."