Can Democrats find a labor-dispute-free zone in California to hold their presidential debate?
They’ll figure something out, but some political flesh will be extracted by the unions.
(From Real Clear Politics)
It’s an open question less than a week before the party’s sixth presidential primary debate, which was set to take place this coming Thursday at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles — until food service workers announced plans to protest, and all seven candidates who qualified to appear on the stage vowed not to cross the picket line.
It’s the second clash between university workers and their employers to throw plans for the December debate up in the air.