Christine Brown supports union labor

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Are you a union member? Read the signs. I have been stopping for a closer look at the campaign signs posted in my area. Only one candidate in the 4th Congressional District — Christine Brown — has signs bearing the union label, indicating that they were printed in a union shop. For Christine Brown, supporting labor isn’t just a campaign promise, it’s a campaign action. Remember this as you go to the polls: if you want actual concrete action supporting labor and not just empty promises, vote for Christine Brown. She’s already got your back.

Wages have stagnated over recent decades as corporate profits have skyrocketed. Income inequality is accelerating. Why? Because unions have been systematically and intentionally weakened by large corporate interests. Without bargaining power, labor is helpless in securing fair living wages. Abuse rises, and working conditions deteriorate.

One candidate in our congressional district supports labor not just with words, but with actual campaign dollars, and that candidate is Christine Brown. Please join me in supporting Christine Brown for Congress in Washington’s 4th District. She is your advocate.

Ed Smith

Richland

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