Lourdes Dominguez, middle, was among 200 Gerawan workers who attended a rally at the Radisson Hotel in Fresno. The workers wanted the state's Agricultural Labor Relations Board to count the ballots in an election that would no longer make the United Farm Workers union their bargaining representative.
Lourdes Dominguez, middle, was among 200 Gerawan workers who attended a rally at the Radisson Hotel in Fresno. The workers wanted the state's Agricultural Labor Relations Board to count the ballots in an election that would no longer make the United Farm Workers union their bargaining representative. ROBERT RODRIGUEZ Fresno Bee file
Lourdes Dominguez, middle, was among 200 Gerawan workers who attended a rally at the Radisson Hotel in Fresno. The workers wanted the state's Agricultural Labor Relations Board to count the ballots in an election that would no longer make the United Farm Workers union their bargaining representative. ROBERT RODRIGUEZ Fresno Bee file

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