Big Labor Looks to Save Their Governors

Union bosses are desperately spending their forced union dues filled coffers to try to block further advances for workers and taxpayers.  Politico reports unions have donated $1.5 million to the Democrat gubernatorial candidate in Indiana in the hopes of repealing the state’s Right to Work law.  “In Missouri and New Hampshire, states where right-to-work legislation has come up in recent years, unions are desperate to keep Democrats in the governors’ mansions,” they report.  “Unions have already spent more than $2 million this cycle in a handful of key races: Washington, Missouri, New Hampshire and Indiana, according to state campaign finance records and data compiled by the National Institute on Money in State Politics. Labor groups have also donated nearly $4 million to the Democratic Governors Association this election cycle.”