Biden: ‘I will draw on the best of us.”

Former Vice President reminds Americans that we can do better On the final day of the convention, UAW members and their messages were featured prominently and Joe Biden accepted his party’s nomination with an inspirational speech reminding Americans that, “We make our greatest progress when we follow the light,” and turn away from the darkness

Join the Labor for Biden Convention Watch Party!

As we gear up for November, there is so much on the line for working families. We all have a stake in the 2020 elections, and we’re excited to hear the messages being delivered this week by party leaders at the Democratic National Convention.   This Thursday, August 20th at 8:00PM, you’re invited to join

UAW Vice President Terry Dittes: Biden-Harris Ready on Day One

UAW Vice President Terry Dittes, who directs the union’s General Motors’ Department, said he’s “very excited” about the Biden-Harris ticket. Dittes, who as a past Regional Director represented the Scranton region where Biden grew up, said the candidate is well grounded in the everyday lives of UAW members. “Both Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are

Kamala Harris: For the people

Senator makes history as first woman of color to run for vice president Making history, U.S. Sen. Kamala Harris  stood before DNC delegates and accepted the nomination to be Joe Biden’s running mate last evening almost 100 years from the day that the 19th Amendment gave women the right to vote in America. Harris, the

Vice President Cindy Estrada: This election is critical for us all

As delegates gather online for this year’s historic Democratic National Convention, UAW Vice President Cindy Estrada says this online-only convention is key to success in November, especially for women. “It’s exciting because we have the first African-American and Southeast Asian woman vice presidential nominee running a strong, dynamic program,” says Estrada. “Kamala Harris understands the

UAW Statement on Joe Biden Plan for Mobilizing Talent and Caregiving

Detroit – “For working families, the ability to focus on work and productivity is often challenged by demands at home. Often at the bargaining table, issues of child care and elder care become key issues both for our members and their employers. Challenges at home can impact absenteeism, productivity and stress in the workplace. In