I understand that you have a governor here who is trying to destroy the trade union movement. Well I’ve got some bad news for him. And that is if I’m elected President of the United States we’re going to do everything that we can to rebuild the trade union movement. [applause] Without a strong labor movement there will not be a strong middle class. We’re going to pass legislation that will make it easier for workers to join unions. If fifty percent of the workers in a bargaining unit, plus one, vote to sign a card to join a union, they will have a union. If a company refuses to negotiate a first contract with that union, that company will be severely penalized. [applause] And a lot of people don’t understand this. But when unions negotiate good contracts for their members it impacts every worker in the community. Because wages go up for everybody. In my twenty-five years in congress I have a ninety-eight percent AFL-CIO voting record. And I’m not sure that I was the guy who was wrong on the two percent. So, I am not a candidate who goes to the unions, goes to workers then leaves and goes to a fund-raiser with Wall Street. You are my family and I have worked with unions for my entire life. And with working people. That is what this campaign is all about. That’s what I’ve been about my whole life. So, thank you all very much for what you have done in fighting for the rights of working people. There is nothing more important than that.