"Glenn is laser-focused on creating good paying jobs at home and is committed to increasing the minimum wage," Chuck Graham, president of IBEW Local 26, said in a statement. "Instead of shipping American jobs overseas, Glenn Ivey wants to invest in local projects like new school construction to put residents to work tomorrow."
"Things are obviously not moving forward," said state Sen. Chuck Graham, a Democrat who backed the amendment in November. "Right now, you can't tell the amendment passed. People are running in the opposite direction. It's incredibly frustrating."