WASHINGTON — Workers United, the main U.S. apparel and textile union, has elected Noel Beasley to succeed embattled president Bruce Raynor, who announced his resignation last month amid charges of misusing his expense account.
Beasley, who has served as director of Workers United’s Chicago and Midwest Regional Joint Board and executive vice president of Workers United, remains a vice president of the Service Employees International Union, of which the union is an affiliate.
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