International Union of Painters and Allied Trades Endorses Obama for President

    WASHINGTON, June 19 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- The International Union
 of Painters and Allied Trades today endorsed Barack Obama for President of
 the United States. The union, which represents more than 140,000 skilled
 construction and design workers, cited Obama's leadership on labor issues,
 workers' rights and strengthening the economy for hardworking Americans.
 
     "Barack Obama is a champion for working Americans, and his economic
 plan has the vision and strength to secure American prosperity for the
 future," said James Williams, President of IUPAT. "The IUPAT and our
 members are proud to stand with Senator Obama for real change."
 
     "I'm honored to receive the IUPAT's endorsement. Their leaders and
 their members are committed to hardworking Americans, and I look forward to
 working with them to strengthen our economy and protect workers' rights and
 their right to organize," said Senator Obama.
 
     The International Union of Painters and Allied Trades represents more
 than 140,000 skilled construction trade workers including painters, drywall
 finishers, sign makers and decorators. Founded in 1887, the IUPAT has been
 a voice for workers for more than a century, and has been involved in the
 passage of major labor legislation, including the Occupational Safety and
 Health Act of 1970.
 
 
 

SOURCE International Union of Painters and Allied Trades

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