A real plan to reward hard work

Nearly a third of U.S. households are overburdened by housing costs.

Forty percent of adults can’t cover an emergency expense of $400 without borrowing or selling something.

Seven million Americans are three or more months behind on car payments.

Over the last four decades, GDP, corporate profits, and executive salaries have all gone up — thanks to the productivity of American workers. But workers haven’t shared in the economic growth they create.

For too many Americans hard work isn’t paying off like it should. And I want to change that.

Together, we can:

  • Raise the minimum wage.
  • Ensure workers are paid for overtime.
  • Pass equal pay laws.
  • Make it easier for workers to join a union, so they can collectively bargain for better wages, benefits, and conditions.

Today, I’m asking for your support. Sign on to support my Dignity of Work plan for progressive change >>

All work has dignity, and all work should be rewarded. Together, we can make that happen.

With gratitude,


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