Throughout history, American politicians have courted the union vote, knowing that thousands of union members would generally vote the way of their union leaders, usually Democratic. But unions have been shrinking in the past few decades and so has the loyalty of their remaining members. VOA's Carolyn Presutti traveled to the rust belt state of Ohio to see who's winning the union votes there.
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