2 big names look to lead UAW out of corrupt, dark past in Metro Detroit

There’s an intense battle over who will be the next leader of the United Auto Workers. Ballots are already out for a runoff election. With two big names who both think they can lead the union out of its dark and corrupt past. This is the first direct UAW election in 87 years. It came about after the UAW corruption scandals over the past few years and federal oversight over the union. They decided membership should have the vote, not a convention where delegates decide the president. Local 4 spoke with Shawn Fain of the UAW members united slate in December.