CWA Members Gather to Watch Democratic Presidential Candidates Address Working People's Issues

CWA members held watch parties across the country for the Democratic presidential primary debate last week to learn where the candidates stand on the issues. CWA members attending the watch parties said that they enjoyed hearing from the candidates on how working people should have their voices heard, healthcare, protecting and expanding democracy, and much more.

"I really enjoyed watching the debate with my union brothers and sisters," said Clarice Collins of CWA Local 4603 in Milwaukee. "It opened the door for great dialogue between the most experienced members and younger members with a hunger to learn more about politics."

"It was great to see that working class issues were at the forefront of the debate," said Geronimo Guerra of CWA Local 6143 in San Antonio. "These debates are a great way for the nation to screen presidential candidates and to determine which one is best fit to bring more people into the middle-class."
 
"The last Democratic debate was worth every minute," said Kathy Antoniewicz of CWA Local 4603. "We heard the range of solid ideas our candidates have for moving our nation forward."

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CWA members held watch parties across the country for the Democratic presidential primary debate last week to learn where the candidates stand on the issues most important to working people.