Communications Workers Formally Back Clinton

Communications Workers union has endorsed Hillary Clinton after Bernie Sanders had officially withdrawn from the presidential race. The union and Sanders are backing Clinton and hoping she will defeat Trump.

“We know that elections are about choices. The contrast between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, the presumptive Republican nominee, couldn’t be greater,” the union said.

The union will focus on states with a high membership rate: California, Texas, New York, New Jersey and Ohio.

The Communications Workers appreciate Clinton’s take on working families and her opposition to the Trans-Pacific Partnership.

The union added that Trump doesn’t support laws that will strengthen worker’s rights. He thinks that the minimum wage is currently too high and women do not need to be paid equally.

“Hillary Clinton is thoughtful and experienced. Donald Trump is reckless, unthinking and much more likely to cut a deal with his billionaire colleagues than look out for working families. In a Donald Trump administration, we’d be watching our backs for four years.”

Source: PAI