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CATHY GLASSON FOR GOVERNOR
"Our message has always been that we need to make it easier for workers to join in a union or employee association no matter where you work, and today our bold progressive campaign is leading by example,” said Corey Jones, field organizer for Cathy Glasson for Iowa.
ADAM JENNINGS FOR CONGRESS
“I'm proud to work on the most progressive campaign in Minnesota's 3rd. I think it's important to be a part of a movement to bring higher labor standards to campaigns nationwide,“ said Walker Reiss, Field Organizer for Adam Jennings, candidate for congress (MN-03).
MIDDLE SEAT CONSULTING
Workers at Middle Seat Consulting, a digital agency that specializes in fundraising, advertising, and media for progressives, won voluntary recognition and are set to sit down at the bargaining table to negotiate a collective bargaining agreement.
LAURA MOSER FOR CONGRESS
“Progressive campaigns should pride themselves on fighting for workers all over the country," said Julia Doubleday, Deputy Data Director and union steward for Laura Moser for Congress, candidate for TX-07. "And it's crucial that candidates demonstrate their commitment to those values with their own staffs as well. I'm looking forward to seeing other candidates follow Laura's example to support campaign unionization.”
ERIN MURPHY FOR MINNESTOA
“The protections of a union make campaign work much more of a sustainable career. Collective bargaining and labor solidarity have allowed our team to live the values we’re fighting for in this race; a living wage, health insurance, and paid leave policies” said Charles Cox, Field & Political Organizer for Murphy, a gubernatorial candidate.
MARIE NEWMAN FOR CONGRESS
“Instead of letting the tough conditions and pay disparities of campaign work divide us, my coworkers and I are coming together to assert our power and make improvements. My sense of solidarity with my coworkers, and campaign workers everywhere, has grown so much as a result of taking action together” said Eric Holmberg, Field Organizer for Marie Newman for Congress, a candidate running in IL-03.
RENATO MARIOTTI FOR IL ATTORNEY GENERAL
“Our campaign made the unanimous decision to unionize because we wanted to be a part of this important moment in history and stand in solidarity with the Campaign Workers Guild’s movement to protect the rights of campaign workers and movement builders nationwide,” said Mary Difino, Deputy Field Director and new CWG member.
DAN HABERMAN FOR CONGRESS
Campaign workers for Dan Haberman, Democratic candidate for MI-11, became the first campaign in Michigan to ratify a collective bargaining agreement with the Campaign Workers Guild!
BRIAN FLYNN FOR CONGRESS
Campaign workers for Brian Flynn, Democratic candidate for NY-19, is the first campaign in New York to ratify a CWG contract. Political Director and CWG member Leslie Berliant put it best when she said “I am proud to work for a campaign that not only talks about valuing workers, but also puts those values to work."
ANDY THORBURN FOR CONGRESS
Campaign workers for Andy Thorburn, a candidate running for Congress in California's 39th district, unanimously ratified their contract, and became the first Californian campaign to unionize.
CHRIS WILHELM FOR COUNTY COUNCIL
"...There is no better way to support working people than joining a union,” said Brian Wivell, Field Director and new member of the CWG. Chris Wilhelm is running for Montgomery County Council in Maryland.
JESS KING FOR CONGRESS
In a decisive victory for the CWG movement, campaign workers for the Jess King for U.S. Congress (PA-11) campaign unanimously ratified their CWG collective bargaining agreement.
RANDY BRYCE FOR CONGRESS
In December 2017, campaign workers on the Randy Bryce for U.S. Congress (WI-01) campaign became the first bargaining unit to join CWG and ratify the first ever CWG collective bargaining agreement for campaign workers.