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Democratic 2020 presidential hopefuls are quickly warming to the idea that their own campaign workers to organize — a move that shows the rising influence of labor-oriented activists in the party, and could increase the cost of a campaign in the long run.
Sen Bernie Sanders, I-Vt., Campaign team announced on Friday that some of its employees are unionized, advertises that this is “the first major-party presidential campaign in the history of a unionized workforce.”
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Most of Bernie 2020 “bargaining unit employees” selected recently, the United Food and Commercial Workers Local 400 to be their “exclusive bargaining representative” of the campaign, said. Campaign Manager Faiz Shakir of the legislature as “the most pro-union candidate was” under-the-2020-field, and said that she was “honored that his campaign is the first that a unionized workforce.”
It is an idea that has trapped you, not on a broad Democratic field, seemingly ready to entertain you with a series of proposals-starters in the past cycles. While the candidates use, calls to pack the Supreme Court, the abolition of the Electoral College, and for an end to the filibuster, the idea is to allow your employees to trade unions to organize is tame in comparison.
While Sanders is the first candidate to go forward to actually have trade Union, the former San Antonio mayor Julian Castro announced in January that the costs for all the campaign workers, including interns, $15 an hour or more. Officials said they would support a Union as well, when the employees decided to organize themselves, according to the San Antonio Current.
Meanwhile, on Tuesday night, former Rep. Beto O’rourke, D-Texas — who said the race last week-that if volunteers want to organize a Union, he would “support it all the way”, as he has a Laundry list of promises to potential campaign staff.
“Absolutely, if those who are working on this campaign, and who, I hope, will be the largest grass-roots effort that has seen this nation ever want to trade-Union organizing, I support that all the way,” he told Fox News, when asked if he supports the trade Union organization.
“In the meantime, I’m going to make sure that we pay for, if not the highest wages, that everyone who works on the campaign paid a living wage, excellent health care, child care, so that everyone can work, what your conditions are.”
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“But if these employees want a Union, I fully support that,” he added.
It remains to be seen, what could be the result of such decisions, but great campaigns could cost in the end more expensive and the wages, especially if overtime (a common feature on the grueling election campaign) is also compensated with time-and-a-half, since the trade unions can demand.
The forced unionization is a sign of the difficult path, the candidate on foot, they call for increases in the minimum wage, universal health care and other issues while pitching other policy areas, relating to labor organizations.
Take the Green New Deal-a radical revision of America’s economy and energy use, supports almost all of the 2020 Democrats, and the AFL-CIO warned could recently cause “immediate harm” to millions of their members.
“We are not proposals that could cause to accept a direct harm to millions of our members and their families. We will not endure it, and allow threats to our members ” remain jobs and their families standard of living remain unanswered,” the EU energy Committee, said in a letter. “We are ready to discuss these questions in a responsible manner, for we all recognize that doing nothing is not an option.”
Campaigns are not, as the treatment of employees well can also see the problems distract you from your core message. Sen. Amy Klobuchar, D-Minn., to move has been fought, the past allegations that they abused their employees, the reports that she has thrown binders to employees, torpedoed employment opportunities and a comb, forced to clean the one you used to have to eat a salad.
Sanders was a Manager in the meantime, hit by the claims that the sexual harassment allegations against a member of staff on his 2016 campaign were not taken seriously by his campaign. He has since apologized and said that “our standards and do not protect sufficiently.”
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The Union push is to understand the latest big idea, by distinguishing a search of the mark-UPS of candidates from a wide field, and to promote their own progressive street-cred.
In the last few weeks, top 2020 Democrats, a wealth of ideas, which were once on the margins of the party-including the Green New Deal, the reparations, the packing of the Supreme Court with more judges, and the abolition of the Electoral College.have now
Fox News ” Elizabeth Zwirz contributed to this report.