Will the choice be in favor of the interests of the 1% at the peril of everyone else? Or will our country come together and represent the needs of the majority?
The organization announced recently that it would air an anti-Obama documentary on cable and broadcast television from coast to coast.
At the Ohio State AFL-CIO Convention delegates heard a continuous cascade of powerful appeals to fully mobilize labor behind the President in the all-important November election.
Republican legislators are passing voter suppression laws to take voting rights away. Most affected are people of color, women and working families.
Catholic, Protestant and Jewish leaders, in a hastily called press conference, spoke out today against the Ryan budget.
Estimates are that the law will disenfranchise one in 10 eligible voters - mostly people of color, students, seniors and low-income voters.
"There couldn't be a clearer choice. The up-coming November elections are about two very different and distinct paths for our country."
This weekend, Mitt Romney endorsed Republican Rep. Steve King for reelection Nov. 6, calling him a "partner in DC." King has taken the most extreme right-wing positions on almost every issue.
Barack Obama accepted the Democratic Party nomination for a second term Sept 6 calling the Nov. 6 election the starkest choice for working people in half a century.
A big bus emblazoned with the words, "Patients Over Politics" rolled into town during Carolina Fest.