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To move In a surprise, Nevada’s powerful Culinary Union Local 226, decided on Thursday not a recommendation for a candidate in the Democratic presidential primary – say, instead, that it was with a focus on raising awareness of the problems, the concerns of its members.
“We support our goals,” Geoconda Argüello-Kline, Secretary-Treasurer of the Culinary Union Local 226, said during a press conference in Las Vegas. “We respect every single candidate now. We know all the candidates and we respect them all.”
The consent of the union is considered to be a slap in the face for the former Vice-President Joe Biden, who was in the hope that one could strong help from the union, a start-up aid for its flagging campaign, following poor showings in Iowa and New Hampshire.
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Biden, the hope still currently leads the polls in Nevada, that the next two contests, Nevada and South Carolina – States with much more ethnically diverse than the previous two – will breathe a much-needed lift in his campaign.
The union on the announcement also comes a day after his leadership, sen Bernie Sanders of Vermont proposed amid claims that his followers were “brutally attacked” the union members after the union publicly its members warned of backing a candidate in the state of the Democratic caucus, support it, “Medicare for All.”
Argüello-Kline, would not comment on the alleged attacks during their press conference, but it was reported that Sanders’ Fans have made threatening phone calls to the union, and whipped on social media.
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The casino workers of the “Culinary Union, the 60,000-member group made up of maids, porters, bartenders, and more in Las Vegas’ casinos, controls one of the most important voting blocks in the state of Nevada, and is expected to have a crucial role in the state play competition later this month.
The Nevada group meetings are usually decided by who wins the state of the two main centers of Clark County, home of Las Vegas and the Culinary Union, and Washoe County, where Reno is located. The state has assumed an even greater role in this year’s election, at the time of the unhappy contest in the Iowa Caucasus and the results of this week’s primary in New Hampshire.