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This one is big, folks

Organized labor is one of the greatest collective achievements our country has ever made.

I am proud to stand with working Washingtonians, both in my district and across our state, and I am deeply honored to have won the support of the Washington State Labor Council, AFL-CIO in this 2022 campaign.

We must recommit to supporting organized labor. We are facing a crisis across America, where some of our hardest workers struggle each day to feed their families and afford the basics. This is a direct result of corporations siphoning their investments away from their workers and redirecting them to their shareholders – raising prices on the backs of hard working Americans all the while.

Unions are the first and best line of defense on the assault on America's working class. That is why I am proud to stand with unions in our grassroots campaign to restore the economic dignity of the working class. Donate $15 now and join our pro-union grassroots movement.

Unions represent the good that comes from us banding together to demand more of each other. For generations, workers have forged better lives through stronger wages, benefits, and protections thanks to their ability to collectively take a stand.

And, as we struggle through a particularly divisive time in our country's history, I cannot think of a moment in my lifetime when union values have been more needed: a sense of togetherness, asking the most of each other, and a commitment to hard work.

As your representative in Congress, I will always be a voice for working families in Northwest Washington. That is not negotiable.

I wholly believe organized labor is the backbone of our country that will see us through this especially challenging time. [Donate $15 today if you agree that we need unions now more than ever.}(https://secure.actblue.com/donate/stand-with-rick-larsen?refcode=2022-06-03-unions&recurring=0&amount=15&amounts=10%2C30%2C50%2C100%2C200)

Stay strong, friends. And stay together.


Posted on June 4, 2022.