That was the case with these representatives who voted against the right-to-work bill in the regular session, then changed their vote – turning their backs on the working families in their districts to support their out-of-state corporate masters by voting in favor of a veto override.
• Randy Pietzman (R-Troy)
• Robert Cornejo (R-St. Peters)
• Dan Shaul (R-Imperial)
• Jim Neely (R-Cameron)
These untrustworthy representatives make promises to their constituents – the people who actually vote for them – but they don’t really represent them.
(Look for more coverage of the vote and what's ahead in the Oct. 1 print edition of the Labor Tribune.)