3:51 PM Eastern - Saturday, December 1, 2012

Two things #default

JobsNotCutsPetition.jpgWhich do you want first, the good news or the bad news?

Okay, good news first: 30,000 activists from across the country answered our call to action and signed a petition to tell Congress to focus on job creation -- which we know is the best way to fix our economy.

We told you that if you signed, we'd deliver that message to the halls of power. And that's exactly what we did.

During a visit to D.C. this week, I helped deliver more than 30,000 of our signatures to Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand of New York, a champion for working families. I was very proud to be our messenger.

It also was a victory for working families who want Congress to create a future of economic growth without cutting critical programs that would cripple our economy.

But here's the "bad news." The fight's not over and working families still need your help.

Next week, we're turning up the pressure on our elected leaders.

On Wednesday, will you call your Senator? Click here to let us know you can call.

We need to make sure our government hears directly from people like you and me.

Pledge to call here, and we'll be in touch with instructions: http://www.seiuvolunteers.com/

Spread the word

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