Morales’ mayoral campaign stymied amid unresolved labor dispute with staffers

Nonprofit founder Dianne Morales’ campaign for mayor was seriously hindered on Wednesday after members of her staff rejected an offer to resolve their ongoing work stoppage.

Morales said the window had closed on a period that the city’s Campaign Finance Board permitted her campaign to continue paying the striking workers. Attempts to negotiate a deal to get the staffers back to work had completely failed, and as of Wednesday, the campaign could no longer continue using CFB funds to pay the staff.

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