A candidate for Minnesota governor received a big endorsement today from one the states more powerful unions.
D-F-L endorsed candidate Margaret Anderson-Kelliher was in Duluth today receiving an additional endorsement from the North Central States Regional Council of Carpenters which represents more than 12-thousand workers across the state.
Kelliher says jobs are her number one priority now and will continue to be if she's elected governor.
"I see it as the most important issue, people need jobs and they want jobs, they want to be working again, and they need a governor that doesn't roll over and hit the snooze button because the alarm bell is ringing
Today's stop in Duluth was part of Kelliher's "No Stone Unturned" Jobs Tour; she also visited Keewatin on the Iron Range.