We are proud to have supported the successful election of six workers’ rights champions to the United States Senate in the 2022 midterm elections.
Sen. Michael Bennet has represented the state of Colorado in the United States Senate since his appointment in 2009. Prior to being appointed, Michael served as the Superintendent of Denver Public Schools. Sen. Bennett quickly established himself as a pragmatic leader and independent thinker, and has been reelected to three consecutive terms including his most recent election victory in November 2022.
Throughout his years in the Senate, Sen. Bennet has been a tireless advocate for workers’ rights and supported judicial nominees committed to defending them. Sen. Bennet has also built a reputation for listening to Coloradans, letting their needs guide his agenda in Washington, and working with Republicans and Democrats to address Colorado and our nation’s greatest challenges—including child poverty, education, climate change, immigration, health care, and national security. Visit bennet.senate.gov to learn more about Sen. Bennet’s work.
Sen. Fetterman was elected the junior Senator from Pennsylvania in November 2022 and was sworn in on January 3rd, 2023. Prior to his election to the United States Senate, Sen. Fetterman served as Lt. Governor of Pennsylvania for 4 years and Mayor of Braddock, Pennsylvania for 13 years.
A Pennsylvania native, Sen. Fetterman grew up in York and attended Albright College, where he played college football. Sen. Fetterman has dedicated his life to fighting for Pennsylvania’s forgotten communities that have been left behind, and has proven to be an impressive advocate for workers’ rights and the judicial nominees who uphold them in his young tenure as a US Senator. Visit fetterman.senate.gov to learn more about Sen. Fetterman’s work.
Sen. Mark Kelly was first elected to represent the state of Arizona in a 2020 special election, and was re-elected to serve his first full term in the 2022 midterm election. Sen. Kelly served in the United States armed forces as a highly decorated Navy combat pilot, and flew 39 combat missions in Operation Desert Storm. In 1996, Sen. Kelly was selected as an astronaut and made four trips into space – traveling over 20 million miles and spending more than 50 days in space, including commanding Space Shuttle Endeavour on its final flight.
As a United States Senator, Sen. Kelly has prioritized workers’ rights and has worked across the aisle on a variety of issues including rebuilding America’s infrastructure, banning stock trading by members of Congress, and reducing healthcare costs. Visit kelly.senate.gov to learn more about Sen. Kelly’s work.
Reverend Raphael Warnock was first elected to represent the state of Georgia in the United States Senate in a 2020 special election, and was re-elected to serve his first full term in the 2022 midterm election. For more than 16 years, Sen. Warnock has served as Senior Pastor at Ebenezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, the former pulpit of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. He is the youngest pastor selected to serve in that leadership role at the historic church.
Senator Warnock is a proud graduate of Morehouse College; after graduating from Morehouse, he went on to earn a Ph.D. and begin his career ordained in the ministry. As a US Senator, he has been a strong advocate for Workers’ rights and supported judicial nominees who share these values. Sen. Warnock also serves on the Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry Committee; Banking, Housing and Urban Affairs Committee; Commerce, Science and Transportation Committee, as well as the Special Committee on Aging and the Joint Economic Committee. Visit
warnock.senate.gov to learn more about Sen. Warnock’s work.
First elected to the U.S. Senate in 2016 and reelected to a second term in 2022, Sen. Hassan is the second woman in American history to be elected both Governor and United States Senator, along with fellow New Hampshire Senator Jeanne Shaheen. Sen. Hassan has been a steadfast supporter of workers’ rights in her time in the US Senate, and an important vote in favor of federal judicial nominees committed to upholding workers’ rights in the courts. ‘
Sen. Hassan has prioritized a bipartisan approach to governing throughout her career, and has also worked on federal issues such as infrastructure, climate change, and lowering healthcare costs. Visit hassan.senate.gov to learn more about Sen. Hassan’s work.
Sen. Cortez Masto made history by becoming the first woman from Nevada and the first Latina ever elected to the United States Senate in 2016, and was reelected to a second term in 2022. Sen. Cortez Masto previously served two terms as Attorney General of Nevada, where she focused her efforts on breaking up sex trafficking rings, protecting seniors from identity theft, exploitation, and abuse, and cracking down on mortgage fraud in the wake of the 2008 housing crisis.
As a member of the United States Senate, Sen. Cortez Masto has been a reliable vote for workers’ rights and a strong supporter of judicial nominees who are committed to protecting American workers. She has also prioritized federal issues such as childrens’ and womens’ healthcare, veterans’ services, and expanding renewable energy production. Visit cortezmasto.senate.gov to learn more about Sen. Cortez Masto’s work.