Lasry Campaign: Masons and Allied Craftsmen of Wisconsin Endorse Alex Lasry for U.S. Senate

NEW BERLIN — Masons and Allied Craftsmen of Wisconsin today released their endorsement of Alex Lasry for the United States Senate.

“The Masons and Allied Craftsmen of Wisconsin are proud to endorse Alex Lasry as Wisconsin’s next U.S. Senator,” said Jim Vick, Chief Commercial Officer. “Our union has never supported a primary before, but our members came to the union leadership and said Alex was our candidate and we needed to get involved to help him get elected.

“We know Alex will be a champion for working families and their issues in Congress. Unlike too many politicians who just talk, we’ve seen Alex’s commitment first hand through his work on the Fiserv Forum and the Deer District where he partnered directly with unions to build a facility of world class.

“We appreciate that Alex has made supporting the labor movement a key part of his campaign. We also recognize that Alex’s campaign has done what no other Wisconsin Senate campaign has done before by having a unionized workforce.

“Alex doesn’t just talk about supporting organized work, he delivers,” Vick concluded.

“I couldn’t be more excited and grateful to have the support of Wisconsin’s Allied Bricklayers and Craftsmen,” said Alex Lasry. “From day one, I said I would put Wisconsin workers at the center of my campaign. It is a true honor to have the most skilled masonry and trowel tradesmen in the state of Wisconsin on my team to bring real change to Washington.

Masons and Allied Craftsmen of Wisconsin join Wisconsin Pipe Trades Association, Teamsters Joint Council 39, IBEW Local 494, Operations Engineers Local 139 and IATSE Local 18 to supporting Alex Lasry in the US Senate.

The Bricklayers and Allied Craftworkers District Council represents artisans in the trowel trades throughout the state of Wisconsin. This includes masons, stone and marble cutters, cement masons, plasterers, tilers, terrazzo and mosaic workers, and pointers/cleaners/caulkers. To visit bacwi.org for more information. “Like” us on Facebook at www.facebook.com/BACWisconsin.

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