Our country needs a working family agenda, not a corporate agenda.
There are a lot of ads on the air, Virginia, but here’s the truth: John Foust for Congress will fight for working families, not just corporations and CEO’s.
Foust has worked in Northern Virginia to widen Route 7, expand full-day kindergarten, and make sure the jobs that come to the region are good jobs. He’s earned Working America’s endorsement. http://ift.tt/1sNbvKw
“When both the governor and his major-party challenger were asked a series of 20 questions recently by the Kasich-friendly Columbus Dispatch, Johnny Pennsylvania didn’t even bother to answer a majority of them.”
“Methane is a potent source of emissions, and taking steps to reduce emissions is a substantial opportunity to put American workers squarely at the forefront of developing, manufacturing, and implementing these technologies—providing high-quality jobs and stimulating local economies.”
“Many times what the real objection from the charter school advocates is many times is that they don’t like the results…Facts are facts. It’s not some liberal plot or some teachers’ union plot. The facts are what they are.”
The Chicago Teachers Union, which remains tight-lipped about Lewis’ medical condition, already handed Lewis’ duties as union president to Vice President Jesse Sharkey which he would retain “until she’s recovered.”
Don’t be fooled by the negative ads. As United Mine Workers of America President Cecil Roberts says, Alison Lundergan Grimes is “the only candidate who is also a supporter of coal miners.” http://ift.tt/1qkCYi7