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Eye on the Election: Your Source for Workplace-Related Presidential Election News

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Want to know what the presidential candidates are saying about jobs and unemployment? Do you care about which candidate is picking up key endorsements from labor groups? Then our site’s latest feature is for you.

Our site’s new Eye on the Election feature contains the latest news about the 2004 Presidential election and the candidates’ stand on labor and employment issues. This feature, part of our site’s News and Issues section, includes such topics as presidential debates, endorsements and position statements made by the eleven Democratic candidates and President Bush affecting jobs and workplace issues.

This feature represents yet another effort to make it quick and easy for site visitors to learn more about the specific topics they care about most, and joins other features on union activism, workplace trends and statistics, corporate pay information, federal and state legislative developments and developments in the courts. We welcome your feedback and suggestions for future additions to our News and Issues section, and hope that you enjoy this new feature.

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