Thursday, September 8, 2016

Force Congress to hold an up and down vote concerning the National Right To Work Act

From The National Right To Work Committee:

Now is the time to expose Big Labor's allies in Congress.

With the 2016 Elections right around the corner, the time has never been better to put every member of Congress on record for or against compulsory unionism with a roll-call vote on the National Right to Work Act (S. 391/H.R. 612).

And thanks to you, the pressure is building. Already, 154 members of Congress have cosponsored the Right to Work Act.

But there is more to do!

That's why it's vital you sign your petition, urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Speaker Paul Ryan, and your Congressman and Senators to cosponsor and seek roll-call votes on the National Right to Work Act TODAY.

As you read this, 11 million Americans are forced to pay union dues or face losing their jobs.

And nearly 80% of Americans agree that's just plain wrong.

A National Right to Work law would free hardworking Americans from the chains of forced-unionism -- and stop the union bosses' forced-dues gravy train.

This federally provided special privilege has not only allowed union bosses across the country to enjoy fat-cat limousine lifestyles, but it has also shored up piles of cash for Big Labor to funnel into the campaign coffers of their handpicked politicians -- nearly two BILLION dollars -- every election year.

Keeping their allegiance to Big Labor secret, throngs of politicians head back to Washington again and again to protect and expand the union bosses' forced-dues privileges.

And the cycle will not end . . .

Unless you and I expose them!

The good news is, that's exactly what a vote on the National Right to Work Act would do.

The fact is, union bosses know a vote on the Right to Work Act could mean real trouble for their favorite Big Labor politicians this year.

So to keep their pet politicians off the record on Right to Work, Big Labor is determined to stop any and all public debate on the National Right to Work Act.

But you and I have the one thing the union bosses don't -- massive support from the American people.

History has shown time and time again that when there is a high-profile vote on forced-unionism, politicians who kowtow to Big Labor go down in flames at the ballot box.

So putting Big Labor's allies on record could be the final nail in their political coffins on Election Day.

But your IMMEDIATE action is critical to forcing the vote.

So please sign your petition, urging Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, House Speaker Paul Ryan, any your Congressman and Senators to cosponsor and seek roll-call votes on the National Right to Work Act today.

You and I both know, in politics, nothing moves unless it's pushed.

And since Big Labor's allies will do just about anything to stay off the record, it's vital you and I push HARD.

It's up to you and me to hold Congress' feet to the fire.

So please sign your petition IMMEDIATELY to:

*** Your Congressman and Senators, demanding they cosponsor the National Right to Work Act immediately;

*** Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, insisting he schedule a floor vote on this crucial legislation; and

*** Speaker of the House Paul Ryan, urging him to bring the National Right to Work Act to the House floor for a vote at once.

And if at all possible, please donate a generous contribution of $50, $25, $10 or 10 to help your Committee mobilize tens of thousands of Right to Work supporters across the country to pressure Congress to hold votes on the National Right to Work Act NOW, so politicians can be held accountable.

In this crucial election year, it is up to you and me to put Congress on record for or against forcing workers to pay union dues and fees just to earn a living.

So please act TODAY!

Sincerely,

Mark Mix
President, National Right to Work

P.S. Time and time, again history has shown that when politicians are forced to take a stand on the compulsory unionism issue, forced-dues partisans go down in flames at the ballot box.

Now, with the 2016 Elections fast approaching, it's vital every member of Congress is put on the record with roll-call votes on the National Right to Work Act.

So, to turn up the heat on Congress to hold roll-call votes before the crucial November Elections, please sign the petition and consider your most generous contribution TODAY.

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