Excerpt of Cheri Bustos On The Ed Show: Speaks about Sensata Workers

Cheri Bustos went on national television and stood up for Senata workers and working families throughout Illinois. You can watch a clip from Cheri’s interview here. http://youtu.be/zvEVb9vNWGE

Cheri was featured on MSNBC’s The Ed Show, which filmed live from Freeport. The host, Ed Shultz, told America about how 170 of our neighbors are going to lose their jobs due to outsourcing and thanks to a company called Bain Capital. Bain was founded by Mitt Romney. Romney says he’ll run the country like he ran this private equity firm, proving the American People cannot afford a Romney Economy.

That’s why it’s so important that people vote for politicians who will stand with the 99% this November. Cheri Bustos promises to work for middle class and keep U.S. jobs here in America.

Cheri is running against incumbent Bobby Schilling, who has a clear record of supporting the 1%. Schilling even voted against The Bring Jobs Home Act, which would have helped keep jobs here in U.S.

About actionnowillinois

Action Now Illinois’s mission is to organize working families and strengthen their voices on issues of racial, social and economic justice. Action Now is active on issues that include foreclosure and vacant properties, school improvement, access to health care, living wage jobs, utility costs, immigrant rights, public safety, (both antiviolence and criminal justice reform), and environmental justice. Action Now Illinois is a member-driven organization. Our issue campaigns come out of listening to community residents through regular monthly meetings, engaging the base by going door-to-door and mobilizing all residents to take part in their community. Our leadership development includes formal leadership training and the active involvement by members in the planning, implementation and evaluation of issue campaigns. Action Now Illinois members are committed to fight for equal rights, equal services, and equal justice for working families. To become a member of Action Now; call (217) 528-1356 or e-mail ActionNowSPI@gmail.com!
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