There’s a big difference between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, especially when it comes to the issues that matter to working families.
Compare the candidates’ records on:
It may be hard to believe that Labor Day marks the traditional beginning of the “real” election season, given how long we’ve already been talking about the presidential campaign. But there couldn’t be a higher-stakes election for American workers.
A new CWA initiative, CWA Women for Political Power, has hit the ground running, with CWA activists mobilizing women throughout the union.
Verizon strikers stood strong for 45 days in the largest strike in recent history, fighting back against a greedy employer and gaining a contract that safeguards good, middle class jobs.
The Flight Attendants at United Airlines, members of AFA-CWA, ratified a contract covering 25,000 Flight Attendants.
Unions, allies, CWA members and retirees donated nearly $700,000 to the Verizon Striking Families Solidarity Fund.
Where the State candidates stand on the issues in Election 2016.