Today, a group of undocumented youth interrupted prospective 2016 Presidential candidate and former Texas Governor, Rick Perry.
These union workers are determined to prevent a takeover of Texas by "the most radical, right wing Republican ticket ever.
Republicans are expecting a typical midterm election year where the disenfranchised (youth, women, organized labor, Latinos, and African Americans) stay home.
Gov. Scott Walker and corporate extremist backers could suppress 300,000 registered voters.
The CP USA joined with hundreds of other organizations: labor, youth, peace, justice, clergy, political organizations and international groups, in the largest climate march ever.
So in this year's November 4 midterms, the question is once more whether the Democrats can turn out enough voters.
The majority of Arizonans were delighted to see the state's incumbent attorney general, Tom Horne, and Superintendent of Public Instruction, John Huppenthal, defeated.
But even as the San Diego Labor Council hailed the new measure, it warned about an underhanded petition to undermine it.
Fitzgerald showed the stark difference between his program and the the anti-labor, anti-civil rights, anti-woman, anti-local government, anti-public education policies of the incumbent.
The right wing Republican nominee accused the workers of causing the plant closing, what happened next was a lulu.