MILWAUKEE – The following statement was released by International Brotherhood of Electrical Workers (IBEW) Local 494 Business Manager Dean A. Warsh in response to Tuesday’s election results:

“Voters in Wisconsin spoke loudly and clearly on Tuesday with the election of Joe Biden as our new President, bringing to a close four years of attacks on working families under Donald Trump.”

“Voters said we are tired of the assault on our jobs.  We want legislators in Washington, D.C. who will reflect the great potential of our country and work to get things done.”

“We are looking forward President-elect Joe Biden’s administration to deliver on the inspiring working family message that got him elected. The agenda includes a rebuilding America’s infrastructure plan, support for the Protecting the Right to Organize (PRO) Act, and increasing workplace safety and health.”

“Joe Biden and Kamala Harris cut through Trump’s message of divisiveness and destruction to bring families together and focus on making our state stronger. We’re counting on his leadership – along with Vice President-elect Kamala Harris – to create a climate where we all share in the prosperity of our country.”

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