News From: Election 2020

by Brian Young | on Dec 16, 2019

Democratic Candidates May Skip Debate over Labor Dispute

With just three days until the last Democratic debate of 2019, there are questions swirling about whether the debate will be able to take place. This is thanks to a labor dispute at the debate...

by Brian Young | on Nov 20, 2019

Bloomberg Announces $100M Anti-Trump Ad Buy

Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg may still be on the fence about running for President, but that isn’t stopping him from becoming the biggest advertiser in the 2020 election.

by Press and Media | on Nov 06, 2019

Unemployment Rises in Swing States

While Trump continues to tout a strong economy, workers in some important swing states are being laid off at an alarming rate. Find out more below from Morning Shift.

by Press and Media | on Oct 29, 2019

Facebook Staff Oppose Fake News Ad Policy

Facebook is facing an insurrection from its staff over the company's decision to be hands off with political advertising. Find out more below from the AP.

by Kris LaGrange | on Oct 23, 2019

Facebook Investigation Begins

With the Presidential Election just a year away and evidence mounting that foreign governments are preparing to infiltrate our elections once again, Facebook is coming under new scrutiny.

by Brian Young | on Oct 04, 2019

Warren: Banning Right to Work

In our continuing series on the labor positions of the Democratic Presidential Candidates, we now are focusing on Elizabeth Warren. The Senator from Massachusetts has rocketed in the polls in recent...

by Press and Media | on Aug 02, 2019

Trumka to Candidates: Don't Take us for Granted

Before the recent Democratic debate, candidates were sat down and talked to by AFL-CIO President Rich Trumka. Below is a report from HuffPost about what the labor leader had to say.

by Brian Young | on Jul 26, 2019

Mayor Pete: Penalize Companies that Bust Unions

One of the biggest surprises of the 2020 Democratic primary has been South Bend Indiana Mayor Pete Buttigieg. As he has rocketed up in the polls, Mayor Pete has slowly been releasing his policies and...

by Press and Media | on Mar 08, 2019

Sherrod Brown Decides Not to Run For President

Sherrod Brown, one of the most pro-union candidates considering a run for President, has announced that he will not run. Find out more from Politico. 

by Kris LaGrange | on Feb 12, 2019

Beto O'Rourke stumps and out mobilizes Trump

Click here to RSVP for an upcoming Draft Beto party hosted by UCOMM in New York On Monday, Trump brought his divisive theatrics to build a wall of hate to the border city of Texas, El Paso. ...

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