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Unions Eye Proven Tactics to Get Out Vote

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Unions Eye Proven Tactics to Get Out Vote

Unions Eye Proven Tactics to Get Out Vote

Unions Eye Proven Tactics to Get Out Vote

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Just 13 percent of U.S. workers belong to a union today. That's down from almost 40 percent in the 1950s. As organized labor has waned, so has its political clout. To get out the vote for this year's presidential election, unions are revisiting traditional grassroots tactics. NPR's Jim Zarroli reports.