The United Auto Workers, the most visible union holdout in backing President Joe Biden’s reelection bid, is expected to discuss its 2024 presidential endorsement during a conference that starts this weekend.
The UAW and a handful of other major national unions have so far
refrained from endorsing Biden’s campaign, despite the administration’s record of largely pro-union actions and Biden joining auto workers on their picket line last year. The auto union’s voice holds particular sway among blue collar voters in swing states, most notably Michigan.
Details: The union’s lobbying conference starts in Washington on Sunday. It runs through Wednesday and includes workshops for members, legislative pushes on the Hill and a reception with lawmakers on Tuesday, according to a public schedule.