#SEIU makes the right move, dumps #DianeFeinstein and endorses #KevinDeLeon

Screenshot 2018-02-14 at 08.19.55California Senate leader Kevin de León received a significant boost in his insurgent bid to defeat U.S. Sen. Dianne Feinstein on Tuesday, winning the endorsement of one of the state’s most politically powerful labor unions.

The Los Angeles Times reports that the Service Employees International Union announced it was endorsing California’s Senate president pro tem because of his efforts on a $15 minimum wage, immigration and environmental justice.

“Kevin de León is a leader who speaks up for California values. His leadership on the most pressing challenges facing California stands in stark contrast with the dysfunctional political establishment in Washington, D.C.,” said David Huerta, an executive board member with the union’s California group. “… He’s stood up for us and our California values again and again, and now we are proud to stand shoulder to shoulder and endorse Kevin de León to be our next U.S. senator.”

This is a smart move by SEIU’s leaders. After decades in office, Feinstein has done nothing for workers. On the other hand, Kevin de León has been with workers since day one. He deserves, and has earned, their support.

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One comment

  1. Unfortunately, the SIEU is a RADICAL far left grp and anyone that they would endorse would force me to vote for Di Fi When you get right down to it.. Kevin is out there in looney tune land also and is the face of the crackpot far left from Kaly. I’d boycott the entire mess. Kevin reminds many of us, of a radical politician from Mee He Co..

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