Rep. Goyke: Receives multiple endorsements from Milwaukee area labor organizations

Tuesday, July 17th, 2018. For Immediate Release.

Milwaukee – With only one month remaining before the August 14th Primary Election, Representative Evan Goyke (D-Milwaukee), announces several endorsements from Milwaukee area Labor Organizations, including:

Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU), Local 998
International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW), Local 494
Teamsters Local 200 and Local 344
American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees (AFSCME), Council 32

In making their endorsement, AFSCME said: “AFSCME is proud to endorse candidates who champion the rights of working people in the State of Wisconsin. We are supporting Evan Goyke because he believes in ensuring safe work environments, creating livable wages for working people that supports a strong middle class and defending the dignity of public service workers from anti-worker attacks. Our members support candidates who will fight for them every day. That is why we have endorsed Evan Goyke.” – AFSCME Council 32 Wisconsin.

In response to the endorsements, Representative Evan Goyke said: “I am honored and humbled by the support and endorsements from such trusted advocates for working people. I am proud of my record of unwavering support for the workers of Wisconsin. I look forward to a successful campaign and continued collaboration and hard work with these groups, and others, to provide a stronger voice, better conditions, and a much needed raise for the hard working men and women in the 18th Assembly District.”

Democratic State Representative Evan Goyke is a resident and homeowner in the Historic Concordia Neighborhood on Milwaukee’s near west side. Prior to his election, Rep. Goyke served as an attorney in the Office of the State Public Defender and as an Adjunct Professor of Law at Marquette University Law School. During his time in office, he has led several successful bipartisan legislative efforts, including helping to bring a close to the troubled Lincoln Hills juvenile prison. The primary election is August 14th and the general election is November 6th.

Authorized by Goyke for Assembly

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