A Republican courting union votes?

September 2007
Hill;9/13/2007, Vol. 14 Issue 105, p8
The article reports on the participation of former Arkansas Governor Mike Huckabee in the "walk a day in my shoes" event sponsored by the Service Employees International Union. It states that the SEIU has hoped to announce the date of the participation of Huckabee on this event. It likewise mentions the expected anger of the anti-tax group called Club for Growth due to the support of courting union on Huckabee, and cites the anticipated appearance of Huckabee in CBG's Web site.


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