Vote Yes For Collective Bargaining
Voters want Lansing politicians to focus on creating jobs and improving education, not changing rules on collective bargaining LANSING - Following yesterday’s election, Progress Michigan and the Ballot Initiative Strategy Center (BISC) released new polling information today showing strong support for collective bargaining in Michigan. A strong majority of Michigan voters (70%) continue to support the
Get Out the Vote Efforts Have Proposal 2 Supporters Fired Up Democratic strong holds across the state are reporting long lines of enthusiastic voters. This suggests that the Yes On 2 Campaign to protect collective bargaining has the momentum to overcome unprecedented spending by corporate special interests. According to the last straw poll conducted by
Sister Simone Campbell, leader of Network, a Catholic social justice organization, will join U.S. Rep Gary Peters, former U.S. Rep. Mark Schauer, faith leaders and Michigan workers on Monday, November 5th for a five-city “Nuns on the Bus” tour in support of Proposal 2. Who: Sister Simone Campbell, U.S Rep Gary Peters, former U.S. Rep.