WASHINGTON (AP) – One of the nation’s largest labor unions is unveiling plans to invest $150 million in a nationwide campaign to help defeat President Donald Trump.
The sweeping effort is focused on eight battleground states and voters of color who typically don’t vote.READ MORE: Minnesota Weather: After Severe Weather Chance Sunday Night, Monday's High Will Be Coolest Since May
The investment marks the largest voter engagement and turnout operation in the history of the Service Employees International Union, which claims nearly 2 million members.READ MORE: George Floyd Square And Minneapolis Uptown Intersection At Center Of Protests Reopen To Traffic
The campaign will span 40 states and target 6 million voters focused largely in Colorado, Florida, Michigan, Minnesota, Nevada, Pennsylvania, Virginia and Wisconsin.
Union president Mary Kay Henry says Trump is “systematically unwinding and attacking unions.”MORE NEWS: St. Paul's Sanneh Foundation Damaged In Overnight Fire
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