A cloud of resentment, fear and frustration consumed the Washington presidential campaign headquarters of Sen. (I-Vt.) on Friday, as staff members fumed that an internal labor dispute was revealed without the union’s blessing.
“People are confused,” said one member of the Sanders campaign union, who, as with every other person interviewed for this story, requested anonymity to speak freely. “The general question is: What was this meant to achieve?”
A second campaign worker offered a harsher assessment.
“It is disrespectful to the bargaining unit that put so much work into the process that someone would take their concerns and go to the press with them,” the worker said.
The Washington Post that unionized Sanders campaign field