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Working America unites working people who don’t have a union on the job. With more than 4 million members in urban and suburban communities, we work together for good jobs, a fair economy and a democracy that represents all of us.
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Working people need a voice more than ever and Working America is making that happen. We work all-year-round to organize communities, advance pro-worker policies, elect candidates who will fight for us, and hold them accountable. It all starts with a conversation!
Through a set of 83 randomized control trials measuring our vote gain efforts for dozens of candidates, Working America documented the magnitude of the disparate impacts of paid political advertisements between these BIPOC and female candidates and their white male counterparts.
Today, the AFL-CIO Executive Council elected Liz Shuler (IBEW) as AFL-CIO President and Fred Redmond (USW) as Secretary-Treasurer, following the untimely passing of former AFL-CIO President Richard L. Trumka.
As always when trying to understand presidential politics, the headlines written in DC and New York will ultimately be less impactful than the perspective of working-class voters in swing states. It’s the vibes of these voters that will decide the election.