U.S.

House of Representatives
Washington D.C.
March 16, 2015
The National Labor Relations Board’s (NLRB) “ambush election” rule, finalized in
December 2014, is an outrageous assault on worker privacy.
The rule is designed to limit employers’ ability to adequately prepare for union elections
and keep workers from gathering the facts they need to make informed decisions about
unionization. It also exposes workers to intimidation from union bosses by requiring that
business owners provide their employees’ personal information to union officials,
including phone numbers and home addresses.
Therefore, Americans for Tax Reform (ATR) and the Center for Worker Freedom (CWF)
urge members of Congress to support S.J. 8, which passed the Senate on March 4, 2015,
and which would block the Board’s ambush election rule and preserve the privacy of
workers and their families.
Sincerely

Grover Norquist

Matt Patterson

President, Americans for Tax Reform

Executive Director, Center
for Worker Freedom