Tuesday, May 30, 2017


Dear Patriots, 

"You scratch my back and I'll scratch yours." 

That's exactly what happened in Pennsylvania this year. 

In 2014, Tom Wolf was running for Governor of the Keystone state with the full political and financial backing of Big Labor. 

The Service Employees Union International's (SEIU) PAC gave the Governor nearly a million dollars to help him win the race

But that's just the tip of the iceberg. 

Pennsylvania union bosses spent thousands upon thousands more to ensure their hand-picked advocate made it to the Governor's mansion in Harrisburg. 

As I'm sure you know, Big Labor does not make that kind of investment without something in return. 

Just weeks ago, SEIU union bosses got their return. A new $134 million monopoly bargaining contract loaded with wasteful spending at taxpayers' expense. 

This comes as the Pennsylvania Department of Revenue is reporting a $1 billion budget shortfall

Politicians like Tom Wolf continue to do union bosses' bidding because they are completely reliant on the forced dues cash that funds their campaigns. 

Cash that is stripped from the paychecks of hardworking Pennsylvanians to bankroll radical tax-and-spend politicians like Governor Tom Wolf and his cronies. 

This is a prime example of how forced union dues corrupt our politics from Harrisburg to Washington, D.C

Blatant abuses like this are why grassroots supporters have lobbied their legislatures for change, with Wisconsin and recently Iowa reforming corrupt state monopoly bargaining, and six states in the past five years passing Right to Work protections for their workers. 

These reforms not only save taxpayers millions, but they also restore the First Amendment freedom of workers who have been forced to fund radical Big Labor-backed politicians like Governor Wolf. 

Please chip in today to help the Committee fight back against union boss abuse. 


Mark Mix

P.S. The National Right to Work Committee relies on your voluntary contributions to mobilize grassroots citizens . Please chip in with a contribution of $10 or more today

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