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Labor Day Special: Voting Matters for Employed, Underemployed, and Jobless

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This show is as special Labor day show for people who work for their money. Those who work for their money and have great  jobs this labor day can thank union members for the opportunity to have a paycheck and other benefits that comes with the paycheck. You owe union members before you owe the corporation you work for. If you have a union you can join, you should do so this month. If you have no union available, you can support union members and you can register to vote, talk to your elected officials about jobs and homelessness in your city and vote Nov 4 for the people who will support jobs and not outsourcing jobs.

The under employed who have a job can thank union members for the jobs available for many of you today and for the opportunity at hand for you to join a union and make life much better for your and those who depend on you. Being in a union brings more opportunities to employees. Union representatives can negotiate for workers and employers are willing to negotiate when they know these are the wishes of the workers. You can be instrumental in a better America by registering to vote, contacting your elected official about the need to raise minimum wages, and be sure you go vote Nov 4th for the person who is for more jobs for Americans, and against outsourcing US jobs.

Those jobless today you have some serious decisions to make. 25-30million of you need jobs. You can encourage corporations to create jobs by registering to vote during September 2014, by contacting your elected official during September and make clear that you will vote against their job if you are not working come November 4, 2014. Then you go and boycott businesses that refuse to hire, and you join protest against politicians.