Graphic "National Nurses United endoreses Joe Biden"

National Nurses United join Dr. Jill Biden for a roundtable on the COVID-19 pandemic and the government response

On Monday, Sep. 14, members of National Nurses United from Arizona and Nevada will join Dr. Jill Biden and NNU President Deborah Burger, RN for a roundtable discussion on COVID-19’s impact on safe working conditions and patient safety, Vice President Joe Biden's pandemic response plan, and President Donald Trump’s failure to keep the country safe.

National Nurses United
September 12, 2020
Joe Biden with text "Vote Nurses Values"

National Nurses United Endorses Biden

In a vote by its national Executive Council, National Nurses United (NNU) has endorsed Vice President Joe Biden for President.

National Nurses United
Nurses hold signs "Save Lives"

A clear choice on labor and workers’ rights in November

There are many reasons nurses believe President Trump is hazardous to our health. And from his abysmal failure to stop the spread of COVID-19 and his authoritarian behavior — to racial justice and police violence, health care, the climate crisis, gender justice, and immigration — critical issues for the November election are lining up.

Bonnie Castillo, Executive Director of National Nurses United
September 6, 2020
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Lives Are on the line in November.

The COVID-19 deaths in America were not inevitable. They are the result of President Trump and his administration abandoning nurses, other health care and frontline workers, and the public at large.

Bonnie Castillo, Executive Director of National Nurses United