Clinton wins union endorsements but still struggles to win over hearts

Retired IBEW member and supporter of U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Bernie Sanders Linda Horan looks out from her front door in AlsteadBy Luciana Lopez NEW YORK (Reuters) – California nurse Katy Roemer remembers how at the height of the Ebola crisis last year, U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders marched arm-in-arm with union workers as they fought for hazmat suits and other protections to treat patients with infectious diseases. Roemer’s gratitude is why she keeps a large stash of “Bernie” stickers and posters in her car and is urging people she knows to back his White House bid. Roemer’s comments crystallize a risk Clinton faces as she courts organized labor – a potential enthusiasm gap.

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