If you've ever heard of Thomas Perez, you might've been involved in the court battle over South Carolina's Voter ID law. But if you haven't heard of him and work in the private sector, you might get to learn more about him soon.
And we're betting you won't like what you see.
Perez, who will be nominated by the Obama administration to lead the Department of Labor, is currently an Assistant Attorney General in the Justice Department's Civil Rights Division, where he led failed efforts to try to block South Carolina's Voter ID law. He also worked to expand the scope of the Americans with Disabilities Act, one of the most anti-employer laws on the books.
Imagine what Perez, who has never worked a day in the private sector, would do as Labor Secretary if confirmed.
While you're thinking about it, call your Senators and ask them what they're going to do about the Perez confirmation. We will.