Democratic National Convention Day One: Michele Obama, Whitmer, among those who stress importance of healing the nation

The Democratic National Convention’s first day focused on three major issues — the pandemic, the resulting economic crisis and the racial justice crisis.  A diverse lineup of speakers and guests including former First Lady Michele Obama, U.S. Sen. Bernie Sanders and Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, among others — including many Republicans, front line workers and

FREEP: Gov. Whitmer vows to fight GM to save UAW jobs at Detroit-Hamtramck

Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer met with about 50 UAW members Friday at union headquarters in Detroit, telling them she will fight to keep their jobs as General Motors looks to idle five factories. Of the five, Detroit-Hamtramck Assembly and Warren Transmission are in Michigan. Union workers in Lordstown, Ohio, and Oshawa, Ontario, also have been fighting back against GM’s

GOTV Rally with Gretchen Whitmer

Join us for a rally to help get out the vote for UAW-endorsed candidates! Gretchen Whitmer will be joined by her running mate Garlin Gilchrist, Senator Debbie Stabenow, Congressman Sander Levin, and congressional candidate Andy Levin. Help us kick off an exciting election week, and learn how you can help get your fellow union members

Gretchen Whitmer Partners with Labor for Bottled Water Distribution

Gretchen Whitmer Partners with Labor for Bottled Water Distribution Whitmer Joined Teamsters and UAW to Distribute Bottled Water in Flint Today, former Senate Democratic Leader and Ingham County Prosecutor Gretchen Whitmer partnered with the International Brotherhood of Teamsters and the United Auto Workers for a bottled water distribution event in Flint, Michigan. Michigan Teamsters Joint

5 Reasons UAW Members Support Gretchen Whitmer

Gretchen Whitmer is Michigan born and raised. She shares our Michigan values and the grit that so many UAW members take to the job each day. Here are just 5 of the reasons members like us support Gretchen.   1. She fought to expand Medicaid Since that fight, 680,000 additional Michiganders have health care, and

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