Next Right to Work Brick


You and I have a tremendous opportunity.

Not only did opponents of forced unionism dodge a bullet on Tuesday when forced-dues militant Hillary Clinton was defeated, but in state after state, Big Labor’s favorite forced-unionism politicians went down in flames at the ballot box.

The fact is, the groundwork for this success has been in the making for some time, and you have been a part of it. Thank you!

But there is more work to be done.

Across the country, state legislatures have been freeing working men and women from the shackles of forced unionism by passing state Right to Work laws.

A state Right to Work law simply says that no worker can be forced to pay union dues as a condition of employment.

In just the last four years, Indiana, Michigan, Wisconsin and West Virginia have all freed their workers from Big Labor’s iron grip.

And the foundation of Big Labor’s forced dues empire is being weakened brick by brick.

Now, you can help remove even more bricks by joining the fight to pass more state Right to Work laws.

After this year’s elections, Kentucky, Missouri and New Hampshire have Governors who have pledged to sign Right to Work bills into law.

And if your National Right to Work Committee can run our tried and true program, it may be possible to pass bills in all three states.

Plus, even more states are now primed to bring the fight for Right to Work into their state houses and senates.

But, with millions of forced-dues dollars on the line, union boss manufactured opposition and outrage is going to be fierce.

You might recall the avalanche of protests when Wisconsin’s Governor Scott Walker tried to end forced unionism in his state.

Union organizers bused in agitators and thugs from across the country, while Big Labor’s pet politicians fled the state refusing to even allow a vote.

Thankfully, the union bosses and their allies ultimately lost and Wisconsin passed a state Right to Work law, but the fight was costly.

Now opponents of forced unionism will face similar fights in the coming months.

But together, opponents of forced unionism can carve away at the foundation of Big Labor’s political power by passing state Right to Work laws.

I hope I can count on your continuing support.



Mark Mix, President

P.S. Every state Right to Work law chips away at Big Labor’s forced-dues funded empire.

That’s why it’s vital you join the fight today.

So, if you can, please chip in a $5 or $10 contribution to help take the fight directly to Big Labor by passing new State Right to Work laws.

The National Right to Work Committee is a nonprofit, nonpartisan, single-purpose citizens’ organization dedicated to combating compulsory unionism through an aggressive program designed to mobilize public opposition to compulsory unionism and, at the same time, enlist public support for Right to Work legislation.  The Committee’s mailing address is 8001 Braddock Road, Springfield, Virginia 22160.  The Committee can be contacted toll-free at 1-800-325-7892.