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Ohio Labor Leaders to Hold Press Conference in Toledo on Presidential Race and Candidates’ Positions Relative to Working People

[Toledo, Ohio] ‒ A group of prominent state labor leaders will hold a press conference in Toledo on Monday to discuss the presidential candidates in the 2016 elections.  

“There is a clear contrast for working people this fall and this election which will be a formative one for an entire generation of Ohioans,” said Ohio AFL-CIO President Tim Burga.  “The labor movement here is educating its members on the real dangers of a Trump presidency, and the real promise for working people that Hillary Clinton represents,” he said. 

Topics to be discussed include the auto rescue, trade and outsourcing, livable wages, infrastructure investment and worker exploitation, among others.  

WHO:             Ohio AFL-CIO President Tim Burga, UAW Region 2-B Director Ken Lortz, United Steelworkers District 1 Director Dave McCall, and Ohio State Building and Construction Trades Council Secretary-Treasurer Dennis Duffey

WHAT:           Press Conference on presidential candidates, and high stakes for working people in 2016 elections

WHERE:         UAW Local 12 @ 2300 Ashland Avenue Toledo, Ohio


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Frank Bills
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Effective July 1, 2016, Benefit Connect will replace Benefit Express.

FCA partner with a third-party supplier to provide pension and benefit administration services to its employees. Since 1998 this has been offered through Aon Hewitt’s Benefit Express.
FCA looked at other vendors and their offerings to enhance the employee experience and keep pace with the latest technology features. more..

Click here for more information on Benefit Connect

Check out the prize list for the Region 2-B V-CAP drive.  The drawing for the 2016 prizes will take place in the first quarter of 2017.  Read more >>>


The Community Action Program of the UAW (CAP) is the union's non-partisan political arm. It is a department of the International Union.

It isn't a political party and it isn't tied to a political party. It endorses candidates, on the basis of their records and their stand upon issues that affect working Americans. Over the years, CAP Councils have endorsed Democrats, Republicans and Independents.

Local and regional political endorsements are made by the UAW's 160 CAP Councils or by other union bodies acting upon CAP Council recommendations. CAP Councils are made up of rank and file union members and retirees.

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From trade policy to health care, education to retirement security, taxes to roads and highways, politics affects our daily lives.

That's why it's essential for working families to make our voices heard in local, state and national politics. And one of the most effective ways to do that is by contributing to our union's voluntary political action committee -- UAW V-CAP

Our contributions to UAW V-CAP are used to support the campaigns of pro-working family candidates who have earned the endorsement of the UAW Community Action Program (UAW CAP).

Why Should I Support Labor-Endorsed Candidates?
For what political offices does the local endorse candidates?

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