Yet again in 2014, Cecil County’s Dave Rudolph proved one thing:
- If you need a job, don’t look to him for any help.
In the 2013 General Assembly you’ll remember that Delegate Rudolph used his position as Vice-Chairman of the House Economic Matters Committee to kill a Right to Work bill, HB-318.
HB-318 was based on a very simple principle:
- Every person has the right to join a union, but no person should be forced to join a union as a condition of employment.
36 Republicans and even 1 Democrat sponsored this pro-job, pro-worker bill, yet Dave Rudolph voted no and killed the bill in his committee.
Delegate Rudolph unfortunately doesn’t care about worker rights – – he only cares about his back pocket.
You see, Dave Rudolph has been bankrolled by union money throughout his political career.
His political survival depends on the cash he receives from unions every election cycle. Instead of standing up against forced unionism, Rudolph is giving in every step of the way.
This year, the same bill has was proposed again.
And yet again, Dave Rudolph sold us out voting against the bill.
We need to hold Dave Rudolph accountable in the upcoming election.
Will you help hold Dave Rudolph accountable today?
Tell Dave Rudolph to stop covering for Big Labor.
While you’re at it, ask Dave and his staff how much money he’s received over the years from unions.
Dave Rudolph is bought and paid for by compulsory unionism and that’s wrong.
He is to blame for the non-competitive, anti-worker environment we fight against here in Maryland.
Demand that Dave Rudolph explain why he voted AGAINST our Right to Work legislation, House Bill 318, in 2013 and 2014.
It’s time to stand up for us, not Union Bosses in Annapolis, Mr. Rudolph.
P.S. Democrat Delegate Dave Rudolph’s long career in politics has been bank rolled by Big Labor and Union Bosses – – it has to stop.
Anti-worker politicians are ruining our state and leaving nothing for the next generation. We owe it to our children to stop liberal politicians like Dave Rudolph.
Tell Dave to stop thinking about his own political survival and to start protecting our right to work without compulsory unionism.