After Tuesday's historic election victories for President Obama and many pro-working family candidates, newspaper headlines give credit where credit is due.
Here's a roundup of some headlines highlighting how labor got out the vote:
The Atlantic: Are Unions Obama's Secret Weapon in Ohio?
The New York Times: Unions Recruit New Allies for Obama in Battleground States
The Huffington Post: Unions May Tip Ohio Vote For Obama
The Boston Globe: Union Support Helps Tierney Eke Out Win
The Huffington Post: Labor Unions Deliver for Obama with Post-Citizens United Ground Game
The New York Times: Labor Unions Claim Credit for Obama’s Victory
Los Angeles Times: Unions Tout 'Prop. 32 Effect,' Take Credit for Legislative Wins
Bloomberg Businessweek: Obama, Senate Wins Show 'People Power,' Trumka Says
During Elizabeth Warren's Massachusetts Senate acceptance speech, she thanked members of the labor movement:
To the nurses, firefighters, teachers, janitors, carpenters, laborers, men and women of the building trades and ALL our brothers and sisters in the labor movement. To the LGBT community. To the women's groups. To the environmental groups. To the ministers. To the credit unions. To the more than 700 small businesses supporting us and the student organizers and the netroots and the Democratic Town Committees. All of you - all of you - had my back, and I will always have yours.