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Cooks Ties to Unions

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As Vice President of Legislation for the National Right to Work Committee, I talk with members of Congress and their staff almost every day about bills that affect worker freedom.

So it doesn’t surprise me when politicians on the campaign trail try to hide their position on the forced-unionism issue. When politicians stay silent, that usually means they plan to vote with Big Labor, not with the nearly 80 percent of Americans who support the Right to Work principle.

That’s why I’m so concerned Paul Cook won’t answer the Right to Work Candidate survey. He refuses to come clean on questions related to forced dues, card check, union violence, and more.

If you haven’t already, please submit your Electronic Message to Paul Cook right away. With the election less than a week away, it’s vital you act at once to demand he pledge to oppose forced unionism.

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