Washington, D.C. — Issues central to the lives of working- and middle-class Americans—including the minimum wage and equal pay—have been front and center in the 2014 elections. Today at 10:30 a.m., Brad Woodhouse, president of Americans United for Change, will join SEIU President Mary Kay Henry and top progressive strategists from the Center for American Progress Action Fund and the National Employment Law Project Action Fund on a press call discussing how these and other core economic issues played a pivotal role on election night, bringing the everyday struggles of American workers to the forefront.
Tom Jensen, director of Public Policy Polling, will provide an analysis of the polling of key races and initiatives. The strategists will point to and discuss critical wins that demonstrate widespread support for policies and values that benefit hardworking, middle-class Americans and how this broad-based support will play out as the country looks toward the 2016 elections.
Brad Woodhouse, President, Americans United for Change
Mary Kay Henry, International President, Service Employees International Union, or SEIU
Tom Jensen, Director, Public Policy Polling, or PPP
Anna Chu, Director of Middle-Out Economics, Center for American Progress Action Fund
Arun Ivatury, Senior Campaign Strategist, National Employment Law Project Action Fund
Wednesday, November 5, 2014
10:30 a.m. ET
Dial-in number: 888.427.9376
Conference ID: 8972875
For more information, please contact Allison Preiss at 202.478.6331 or email@example.com.