If you make cars in Detroit, the odds are reasonably good you have today off.
Employees of all three Detroit automakers have had presidential election days off for years. The United Auto Workers union says it negotiated the day in 1999, and it took effect in 2000.
All three companies extended the day off to salaried workers.
— Tom Krisher — Twitter http://twitter.com/tkrisher
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