Daily Archives: August 1, 2016

AFL-CIO Plans Battleground Blitz Following DNC

Union Members Unite to Elect Hillary Clinton (Washington, DC, July 29, 2016) – Working people are unified behind Hillary Clinton and are ready to defeat Donald Trump in November. The Democratic Convention ended with an enthusiastic commitment to stand together … Continue reading

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AFSCME – We Vote We Win

This Sunday marks 100 days until the November 8th General Election. Can you believe it’s already time to grease the gears of the Green Machine? Next weekend (August 6 – 7), AFSCME members all across Iowa will be out knocking … Continue reading

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Working People Congratulate Hillary Clinton on Historic Nomination

Statement by AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka on Hillary Clinton’s historic nomination for president by the Democratic Party:  The AFL-CIO and 12.5 million working people across the nation congratulate Hillary Clinton on her historic nomination for president by the Democratic Party. … Continue reading

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Labor History

August 01 After organizing a strike of metal miners against the Anaconda Company, Wobbly organizer Frank Little is dragged by six masked men from his Butte, Mont., hotel room and hung from the Milwaukee Railroad trestle. Years later writer Dashiell … Continue reading

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