Political Radar


August 22nd, 2013

The National Association of Postal Supervisors has endorsed U.S. Sen. Brian Schatz.

Schatz, appointed in December to replace the late U.S. Sen. Daniel Inouye, is facing U.S. Rep. Colleen Hanabusa in the Democratic primary.

From Chuck Lum, the president of the National Association of Postal Supervisors:

Senator Brian Schatz is the best candidate in this race for working families and and the middle class. Brian has spent his career standing up for Hawaii values. We believe that his commitment to defending six day mail delivery, protecting rural post service, and standing up for working families make him the best choice to represent Hawaii in the Senate for years to come.

3 Responses to “Postal”

  1. Manoa_Fisherman:

    Great move on the part of this Postal union. When Obamacare takes hold in October and Cadillac Health Plans for those union workers get taxed for being too generous, postal workers will find a lump of coal in their stocking this Christmas thanks to Sen. Schatz unwavering support of President Obama. And, when the budget gets cut further in the coming years, postal workers will look with fond memories when they use to work on Saturdays as well.

  2. Especially Incognito:

    Seems one keeps 12 fish instead of
    keeping only what is needed.

  3. Goober:

    Since when are union workers generous?
    Not with their own money.

    America will commit their own genecide
    if many more Americans get killed without
    ObamaCare. Conservatives should
    suck in their own "Syrian Gas".

    Companies don't want to pay extra since they lose profit.
    As if they cared about their employees, with or without unions.

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