“Barack Obama votes with us 98 percent of the time and John McCain votes with us 16 percent of the time,” Wiggins said. “That makes Obama 82 percent better for labor."
MAYFIELD, Ky. – Thirty-four percent of union members and retirees are undecided about the election “and are open to either candidate,” according to an AFL-CIO report.
One in three people who pack union cards don’t know whom to vote for? I don’t get it.
-- A recent Los Angeles Times/Bloomberg Poll has President Bush’s overall job approval rating at 25 percent.
-- Through last year, Sen. John McCain, the Republican who wants to succeed Bush, had voted for Bush-backed bills almost 90 percent of the time, according to a 2007 Congressional Quarterly report. He voted the Bush way 95 percent of the time in 2007.