As we get closer to the November election, we’ll see more endorsements coming on a regular basis, but over the past week plus, two unions with very different views of the critical issues facing the nation today, each endorsed a candidate for President this week. Service Employees International Union (SEIU), architect organization behind the Fight for $15 and numerous work stoppages endorsed democratic presidential candidate and former Vice President Joe Biden last Thursday. In the union’s statement on the endorsement, SEIU pointed to his consistent support for unions over his career and quoted the former Vice President at a union summit last year in Los Angeles as promising “If I’m your president, you will never have a more union-friendly president.” At the other end of the political spectrum, the National Association of Police Organizations (NAPO) released a letter from NAPO Michael McHale endorsing the candidacy of President Trump for a second four-year term in the White House. NAPO, a coalition of police unions from across the nation pointed to Trump’s “steadfast and very public support” of law enforcement officers. The group stayed on the sidelines in 2016 after endorsing the Obama/Biden ticket in both 2008 and 2012.