WASHINGTON, D.C. — Sherrod Brown announced today that he will launch a “Dignity of Work” Tour later this month with stops in Ohio, Iowa, New Hampshire, Nevada and South Carolina. In 2018, Brown won decisive re-election as U.S. Senator representing the state of Ohio – a key battleground state, which Donald Trump carried by nearly 10 points. Brown campaigned on his record fighting for the dignity of work, the idea that hard work should pay off for everyone no matter who they are or what kind of work they do.
The Dignity of Work Tour stops will be Brown’s first visits to key states, outside of his home state of Ohio this election cycle.
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“Dignity of work means hard work should pay off for everyone, no matter who you are or what kind of work you do. When work has dignity, everyone can afford health care, education and housing. They have power over their schedules and the economic security to start a family, pay for daycare and college, take time off to care for themselves or their families when they are sick, and save for retirement,” Brown said. “The dignity of work is a value that unites us all. It’s what I fight for every day representing the people of Ohio and it’s what we will fight for together on this tour around the country.”
Brown will kick off the Dignity of Work Tour in his home city of Cleveland, Ohio, on January 30, and head to Iowa on January 31. Additional dates and details will be announced as the tour progresses.