So-called “Right to Work” was signed into law by Governor Eric Greitens in February 2017. But hundreds of thousands of Missourians took matters into their own hands and gathered signatures to put a repeal of this wage-lowering law on an upcoming ballot.
While we only needed 107,510 signatures in 6 of the 8 Congressional Districts to qualify for the ballot, hardworking Missourians submitted an unprecedented 310,567 signatures – nearly three times the amount required – including signatures from all 114 Missouri counties, with enough to qualify ALL eight congressional districts.
So-called “Right to Work” was certified for ballot placement as Proposition A. This support sends a clear message that Missourians are united and believe that “Right to Work” is wrong for Missouri.
If the greedy CEOs and self-interested politicians have their way and so-called “Right to Work” is implemented in Missouri, then that means lower wages, more dangerous working conditions and a weakened economy for all Missouri families. But middle-class families will not be stopped!
By working together, voters — not politicians — will decide what’s best for Missouri.
We now have to win at the ballot box in 2018, and we are going to need your help.