The presidential candidate that most effectively courts auto industry employees may have a significant edge in next month's elections. With the presidential race a dead heat, candidates are increasing their focus on undecided Midwestern states, the auto industry's home turf. The United Auto Workers union, for example, has 460,000 members in Michigan. “I think certainly we're in a position to make a big difference because of where a majority of our membership is located,” says a UAW ...
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