$15 hour minimum wage surges to early election lead in SeaTac, WA

$15 hour minimum wage surges to early election lead in SeaTac, WA
Protesters staged a rally outside a Starbucks on Fourth Avenue.

SeaTac, WA voters have given a robust early lead to the $15 hour minimum wage with 43% of the vote counted. If it ultimately passes, it would mandate $15 hour minimum wage for a variety of jobs at SeaTac Airport. John Carlson interviews the co-owner of a Quizno’s sandwich shop at the airport about how this $15 hour minimum wage law will impact his business if the vote holds.