On Tuesday, July 12, please turn out and vote for NALC-endorsed candidate Fred Clark in the Senate District #2 Democratic primary. Fred Clark opposes Scott Walker’s assault on Wisconsin’s working families, and it’s imperative that he be able to take that message all the way to Madison. If you need to update your NALC e-Activist Network e-mail address, you need complete the sign-up process again to help us validate your membership information. Click here to go to the e-Activist Network sign-up page at nalc.org.
Despite the overwhelming opposition to Scott Walker’s attack on state workers, the six Republican state senators who now find themselves recalled for elections this summer voted in support of the union-busting bill. Republicans have tried to counter this effort by recalling Democrats who supported workers, and have successfully forced recall elections for three Democrats.
As if that weren't bad enough, Republican operatives have unethically conspired to interfere with the Democratic Party’s internal affairs. Republican strategists have placed Republican spoilers on the Democratic Primary ballot in an attempt to rig the nomination process in their favor. Don’t be fooled; vote for Fred Clark and not fake Democrat Rol Church.
Many letter carriers remember when, prior to the 1970 Great Postal Strike, postal employees had no collective-bargaining rights. Postal workers were forced to resort to collective-begging, instead of collective-bargaining, to get wage or benefit increases. Letter carriers understand the threat of losing these rights and will not tolerate it in Wisconsin or anywhere else.
Again, please remember to get out and vote for Fred Clark on Tuesday, July 12, to represent you and thousands of other working families in the state senate.
Fredric V. Rolando, President
National Association of Letter Carriers
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