Either way, here's a glimpse at campaigning with a working-class spin that should resonate throughout the state despite cynical rhetoric hoping to get voters to forget that poor people from every demographic have more in common with each other than they do with corporate owners.
KANSAS CITY, Mo. - A rally Tuesday at Pipe-Fitters Local 553 in Kansas City signaled the start of the ground campaign against the Right to Work measure known as Prop A. Prop A would mean workers in a union shop would not have to pay union dues. Many unions are against Prop A.