Culinary Union Plans Major Nevada Canvassing Effort Ahead of November Elections   ·   Link to Article

The Culinary Union, the largest labor organization in Nevada, touted its political strength Friday. It noted that it led “its largest primary political program” ever for the primary election held this past week, and it plans even more campaigning in preparations for the November general election.

In the weeks leading up to the primary, more than 120 Culinary Union Local 226 members worked as a canvassing team that worked six days a week and hit 24,000 homes and apartments. For the primary, the campaigning was relatively easy, as most of its top-line endorsements cruised to easy victories. That included Democratic incumbents Gov. Steve Sisolak and US Sen. Catherine Cortez Masto.

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