After These Remarks by UAW President, The Biden Coalition Is Leaking Like a Sieve

Published January 25, 2024

Is there any critical Democratic Party voter bloc that likes Joe Biden right now? If the Obama coalition was a smooth-running and sleek Maserati, Joe just wrecked it. Maybe this was easily previsioned, but Biden faces defections and dissatisfaction across the board.

Young people think he’s old and feel sold out that college debt relief wasn’t accomplished. Muslim voters could rebel and stay home over this administration’s policy toward Israel, which ironically is one of the few things this White House gets right. Black and Hispanic voters have soured on Biden, with red flags popping up since last September. And now, rank-and-file labor union members are finished with this guy:


On all fronts, Joe Biden is facing election-killing results. Biden can’t win if Muslim voters across the Rust Belt—Michigan, Minnesota, Michigan—stay home. Joe can’t win if black voters stay home. He’ll struggle mightily if younger voters let this older man get put out to political pasture. Add the labor union defections, high inflation, and continued anemic economic growth, along with those who say they’re poorer than they were four years ago, and it’s a Trump landslide victory. It might be more of a clothespin vote for most, but a win is a win.



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President Biden spoke to members of the United Auto Workers union and gained the group’s endorsement on Wednesday in Washington, D.C., after his New Hampshire primary win as a write-in. CBS News senior White House correspondent Weijia Jiang is following the president’s remarks as his campaign prepares for a potential rematch with former President Donald Trump.



RELATED: What UAW backing means for Biden − and why the union’s endorsement took so long

UAW President Shawn Fain, left, clasps hands with President Biden after endorsing his bid for reelection. Saul Loeb/AFP via Getty Images
Published January 25, 2024

The United Auto Workers has endorsed President Joe Biden’s bid for reelection in 2024. “Joe Biden has earned it,” said union president Shawn Fain on Jan. 24 as he announced the union’s decision to back the incumbent candidate.

The Conversation U.S. asked Marick Masters, a Wayne State University scholar of labor, politics and business issues, to explain why the UAW waited until now to endorse Biden and why this endorsement matters.

Why is the UAW endorsement significant?
The UAW’s endorsement provides symbolic and substantive support for the president.

Symbolically, it shores up Biden’s backing by organized labor – a critical constituency in an election year that promises a tight rematch between him and former President Donald Trump.

Recent national polls have leaned at least slightly in Trump’s favor, which means that Biden will have to mobilize voters in key battleground states like Michigan – where the largest number of the UAW’s 400,000 active and 580,000 retired members live – to win reelection.

Substantively, the endorsement clears the way for the deployment of the political muscle of this union to help get out the vote for Biden in November. Historically, the United Auto Workers has tried to help its members and the public in general become well informed about politics and elections and sought to mobilize voters for the candidates it endorses.

Although the ranks of organized labor in the U.S., including the UAW, have generally declined significantly since their heyday in the 1950s, the United Auto Workers has a formidable network in battleground states like Michigan, where roughly 130,000 of its members reside. Biden won Michigan by 154,000 votes in 2020, while Hillary Clinton lost it by just 11,600 votes in 2016.





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