Building Trades’ endorsement better late than never for Biden

Sources: North America’s Building Trades Unions, Washington, D.C.; CP staff

Less than two weeks out from Election Day (November 3), the coalition of Brick & Allied Craftworkers, Cement Masons, Iron Workers, Laborers, Operating Engineers, Teamsters and eight other unions representing construction rank & file formally endorsed the Joe Biden and Kamala Harris ticket for President and Vice President of the United States. 

“Joe Biden knows the construction industry need[s] strong labor protections, health and retirement security, and the economic opportunity that collective bargaining provides,” notes North America’s Building Trades Unions President Sean McGarvey in a statement on the endorsement. “His plan to build vibrant, sustainable infrastructure and a secure energy future will support union building trades workers and their families.”

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