Good because everything I read and posted during the last election made it pretty clear Bernie was the one members were interested in backing.

In 2016, amid the insurgent candidacy of Bernie Sanders, several large unions issued early endorsements of Hillary Clinton and later regretted it when their members revolted.

This time around, for 2020, unions are treading much more cautiously.

For politicians and unions alike, the union endorsement process is vitally important because, once a union gives its endorsement to a candidate, the union can devote its PAC moneys, as well as other resources, into a candidate’s campaign efforts.
“Some of the unions will probably be changing their mind this time and going about it a whole different way, because quite frankly, it backfired on them,” said Christopher Shelton, president of the Communication Workers of America.