Union spent almost $720,000 on last November’s election in WI

A new report reveals the Service Employees International Union directly spent more than any other union on outside electioneering activities for last November’s election.  The Wisconsin Democracy Campaign says today the union dropped nearly 720-thousand-dollars on behalf of Democratic candidates for governor and lieutenant governor.  The union is also involved in the lawsuits challenging the constitutionality of lame-duck laws passed by the legislature in December to limit the authority of the incoming Evers Administration.