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Tomorrow, May 18th, 2021 is the Primary Election!

The Trump Administration has been fighting American workers since first taking office. Below are the top ten reasons for workers to vote Donald Trump out of office and vote in Joe Biden, one of the strongest pro-labor candidates for President in modern history. 

10. Weakened Mine Inspections

 

Worst Jobs Numbers Under Any President On Record

 

The numbers cannot lie and the United States Economy is down over 4 million jobs since Donald Trump took office. Our economy is far from ‘great’ when hundreds of thousands of Americans are still filing for unemployment for the first time.

 

 

This Administration has Failed Workers and Employers During this Pandemic

The Trump Administration has failed to protect the health and safety of workers. This also negatively impacts businesses and the economy.

 

Denying Unemployment Insurance for those at Unsafe Jos

 

The Trump Administration Department of Labor allowed states to deny unemployment insurance benefits to workers that refused to return to unsafe jobs during the pandemic.

 

 

Sisters and Brothers—

This is the most critical election of our lifetime, and we live in the most crucial state in this election. You cannot afford to sit this one out. Attend the labor walks listed and make phone calls to get your fellow union members out and in support of Joe Biden and all of our great Pro-Labor Candidates across the commonwealth! 

Decreased Workplace Safety

Amid a pandemic the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, OSHA, under the Trump Administration has been widely criticized for its treatment of workers. 

 

 

From the time you request a mail-in ballot to the time your completed ballot is returned you can keep track of it here. If you have not completed and returned your ballot yet you have many options to cast your vote over the next five days.

 

 

Workers Have Been Denied Bargaining Power

 

The Protecting the Right to Organize Act, or PRO Act, allows information on how to join a union to be freely distributed, it eliminates the ability for workers to be fired for trying to organize, and it provides protections for workers that would otherwise be on their own in an emergency. The current Presidential Administration has released a statement vowing they would veto the PRO Act after the bill passed in the House of Representatives.