Delphi workers who had their pensions slashed during the Obama-Biden administration’s auto bailout say they have been waiting since 2009 for Rep. Tim Ryan (D-OH) to help restore their pensions with no luck, his Republican challenger says.
During a debate this week, Ryan’s challenger Christina Hagan, a young mother of three, blasted his failure to help 20,000 former Delphi workers — about 1,500 of whom live in Ohio’s 13th District with nearly 5,000 in the state — get their slashed pensions restored after Obama-Biden’s bailout of the auto industry.
“Delphi retirees have been waiting for 11 years for Congressman Tim Ryan to right the wrong of their lost salaries, of the Democrat leadership of President Obama picking winners and losers,” Hagan said.
“It’s time that we had a working class champion who went and fought for every single American,” Hagan continued. “And so Tim didn’t get that done in 11