Dave Wondolowski, Executive Secretary of the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council, talked about results of the midterm election on America’s Work Force Radio.
On his monthly AWF appearance, Wondolowski provided his thoughts on what the future holds following the midterms. He spoke about the republican candidates who won in the election in Ohio and the fate of a So-Called “Right to Work” bill sitting in a lame duck session of Ohio General Assembly.
Frank Mathews, Administrative Director of the Communications Workers of America District 4, was also a guest on the Nov. 13 show. Mathews was surprised by the high amount of Ohio voters, from both parties, who participated in the election. Prior to the election, he thought 2 million votes for Democratic Party candidate Rich Cordray would have been enough for him to become Ohio’s next governor. Due to the high turnout, the 2 million votes was not enough for Cordray to win. Mathews also discussed certain bills sitting in the General Assembly’s lame duck session such as So-Called “Right to Work”, free speech on college campuses and telecommunication regulations.
Show host Ed “Flash” Ferenc discussed how the results of the midterm elections will put power back into the hands of working Americans. He also talked about show regular, U.S. Sen. Sherrod Brown, who is considering a run for the White House in 2020.