You know the Koch brothers: anti-union big-businessmen bent on increasing their own net worth at the expense of working Americans and using their money to influence American elections.
But do you know the Koch sisters, Joyce and Karen?
No? Maybe that’s because unlike their counterparts, Joyce and Karen haven’t spent billions of dollars buying elections and undermining workers’ rights to fair compensation and working conditions. Instead, they’ve spent their lives striving to ensure that their children and grandchildren have the same opportunities they’ve had. An educator and a retired social worker, respectively, Joyce and Karen both come from union families, and they both know what it’s like to have to fight for a decent wage.
Together with the AFL-CIO, Karen and Joyce are standing up to reaffirm that their voices—and the voices of countless Americans—are as important as the special interests that are determined to use their wealth to influence politics and policy.
TTD stands with them, and we invite you to join us. You can be a Koch sister, too – and show American politicians that ordinary Americans everywhere deserve a voice.