‘Monsters of Ohio Labor’ Tour State to Tout Clinton, Trash Trump

September 1, 2016 Monika Greenhow

In the weeks leading up to Labor Day, a group of prominent Ohio labor leaders conducted a tour of press conferences around the state to discuss the presidential candidates in the 2016 elections. "There is a clear contrast for working people this fall and this election, which will be a formative one for an entire generation of Ohioans," said Ohio AFL-CIO President Tim Burga, at the onset of the tour. "The labor movement here is educating its members on the real dangers of a Trump presidency and the real promise for working people that Hillary Clinton represents," he said.  

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