â€œAt the end of the day, we all want a community we are proud to call home. When it comes to keeping our neighborhoods safe and clean, thereâ€™s no one more than John that I trust to do the job,â€ stated retired State Senator Joe Dunn whose former district included the City of Anaheim.
“This campaign is about you, and your neighbors, and your friends. I don’t think you want to see an election that is all about who can buy the most ads,” Brown proclaimed. “It’s really about who cares the most about California; who understands California; and who can unite the very angry and disparate elements that currently make up our state. It’s about building the common base that brings strength to California.”
The Labor Movement has fought tremendously to protect workers over the years. Among other achievements, labor has led the struggle to end child labor, establish the eight-hour work day and paid overtime, secure guaranteed minimum wage, fight for the weekend, secure unemployment insurance, and establish the legal right of workers to form unions and collectively bargain for benefits. But not many Americans are not fully aware of the history behind Labor Day itself.
Local gives unbiased post election analysis of Orange County Labor’s humiliating defeat and electoral shortcomings.
As Republican candidates Meg Whitman and Carly Fiorina launch their general election campaigns after having spent a combined $100 million to buy their respective primaries, California workers and families will rally to declare they wonâ€™t stand for Whitman and Fiorinaâ€™s plans to buy the Governorâ€™s and Senatorâ€™s offices in a hostile corporate takeover of California.
Two pieces of mail are hitting mail boxes in the 4th Supervisor’s District from the Orange County Labor Federation on June 1st. The first is a general mailer pointing out Shawn Nelson’s TEA Party credentials. My guess is it isn’t going to Republican households.
Two more mail drops for Lorri Galloway in the 4th Supervisor’s race. The first is from the Orange County Labor Federation and continues with the theme of Jobs! Jobs! Jobs!