That same national union that is leading the so-called Fight for $15 as well as airport hunger strikes and a host of other initiatives to try and grow their membership made political news a few weeks ago with a presidential endorsement to much fanfare.   The national union’s Executive Board last week announced its endorsement of Hillary Clinton for the Democratic nomination for President of the United States.  The endorsement came just two weeks after the democratic frontrunner announced her support for a $12 federal minimum wage.  Her chief challenger, Vermont Senator Bernie Sanders has long supported their $15 per hour minimum wage campaign.