THANK YOU for Defeating Proposition A
Voters come out in very strong numbers all across the state and clearly took the side of working families and the labor community by defeating the so called "Right to Work" law by a 2-1 margin. The state and local Democratic party as well as all elected officials were on board with the Vote No campaign from the beginning and we have been proud to stand with the working class to fight big money interests that want to lower wages and workplace standards. The combined efforts of regular people, organized labor and the Democratic party produced a giant victory that sent a clear message to Jefferson City Republicans: Right to Work is wrong for Missouri and voters won't stand for it.
THANK YOU to the thousands of volunteers who made phone calls, donated, knocked doors, put up yard signs or even just voted no. It's a great preview of what we can do between now and November.
Five Other Issues on the November 6 Ballot
Upcoming Club Meetings and Events:
40 Club Lunch: .Tuesday, August 14 at noon. Sheet Metal Workers Local #2, 2902 Blue Ridge Blvd. Re-cap of No on Prop At and special guest speaker, Rep Mark Ellebracht. $15.
Raytown Democratic Association: Monthly meeting Thursday August 16th, 7pm. Come early for dinner and social. Las Chili's (6210 Raytown Trafficway). Guest speakers candidate Keri Ingle and Prosecutor Jean Peters Baker.
Jackson County Democratic Committee: Re-organization meeting, August 21 at 7pm, Jackson County Courthouse (308 W Kansas, Independence). Election of officers and nomination for Sheriff are on the agenda.
Make checks payable to:
Friends of Mark Ellebracht
611 Lancelot Dr
Liberty, MO 64068
More Info: 816-804-8841
Paid for by Friends of Mark Ellebracht, Stephen Hawkins, Treasurer
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