Although she appeared to embody almost everything one expects of today’s union bosses, it seems she lacked something.
As the first female elected to head the Indiana AFL-CIO, Nancy Guyott’s reign didn’t last long.
The Indiana State AFL-CIO has elected a new president, replacing the labor union’s leader who directed its unsuccessful campaign to block passage of the state’s right-to-work law.
Delegates voted Tuesday during the group’s state convention in Terre Haute to elect Brett Voorhies as the new president. An AFL-CIO spokesman says Voorhies defeated Nancy Guyott in her bid for a second four-year term.
Why Ms. Guyott was ousted is anyone’s guess…