Tag Archives: endorsed candidates

Wondolowski: Higher voter turnout in Cuyahoga County will lead to more votes for Cordray

On his monthly appearance on America’s Work Force Radio, Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council Executive Secretary Dave Wondolowski said a higher than expected voter turnout in Cuyahoga County will benefit Rich Cordray, the Democratic Party candidate to become Ohio’s next governor. Wondolowski, who also serves on the Cuyahoga County[…] Read More →

2018 General Election CBCTC Endorsements

Candidates Endorsed by the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council The following candidates have received an endorsement from the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council, as of Sept. 19. Affiliated members and others who support the Cleveland Building Trades are encouraged to vote for these candidates, who support the area’s[…] Read More →

Focus votes on what’s best for our work

By Dave Wondolowski Executive Secretary, CBCTC Brothers and Sisters, with the November gubernatorial election approaching, I felt it was important to begin reaching out to you monthly to make some brief observations regarding our candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. With that said, you can expect to see this column[…] Read More →

Focus votes on what’s best for our work

Electing Jobs, Families and Futures First By Dave Wondolowski Executive Secretary, CBCTC Brothers and Sisters, with the November gubernatorial election approaching, I felt it was important to begin reaching out to you monthly to make some brief observations regarding our candidates for Governor and Lieutenant Governor. With that said, you[…] Read More →

2018 May Primary CBCTC Endorsements

Candidates Endorsed by the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council The following candidates have received an endorsement from the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council, as of April 9. Affiliated members and others who support the Cleveland Building Trades are encouraged to vote for these candidates, who support the area’s[…] Read More →

Cleveland Building Trades Endorse Candidates for 2017 General Election

The following candidates and issues have received an endorsement from the Cleveland Building and  construction Trades Council, as of Oct. 8. Affiliated members are encouraged to vote for these candidates, who support the area’s labor trades and related issues affecting the trades. Bedford Municipal Court Judge (term commencing 1/1/18) Brian[…] Read More →

Building Trades Endorse Candidates for March Primary

Primary Candidates Endorsed by the Cleveland Building Trades The following candidates have received an endorsement from the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council, as of Feb. 2. Affiliated members are encouraged to vote for these candidates, who support the area’s labor trades and related issues effecting the trades.   Ohio[…] Read More →

CBCTC Political Endorsement Application Now Online

The Cleveland Building & Construction Trades Council is pleased to announce our website now contains our political candidate endorsement form. The form is available for any political candidate within our Council’s jurisdiction who seeks the CBCTC endorsement to fill out. In addition to general background and experience questions, the form asks candidates their[…] Read More →

2014 Election – CBCTC Endorsed Candidates

The following candidates have received an endorsement from the Cleveland Building and Construction Trades Council, as of Oct. 7. Members are encouraged to cast a vote for these individuals who support area labor trades and related issues of importance. Congress David Joyce (R) — 14th District Jim Renacci (R) – 16th[…] Read More →

These candidates received Cleveland Building Trades endorsement

The following candidates have received the endorsement of the Cleveland Construction and Building Trades Council, as of Oct. 1. All members are encouraged to cast a vote for these individuals who support area labor trades and related issues of importance. CUYAHOGA COUNTY EXECUTIVE: Armond D. Budish JUDGE, CLEVELAND MUNICIPAL COURT: Marilyn B.[…] Read More →