The Central Labor Council and Mayor Megan Barry had a Halloween breakfast to talk about Nashville's future.
The council said the aim of the breakfast was to get members and supporters together to get out and vote for candidates that support the working families of Middle Tennessee.
They also looked ahead to the next legislative session to identify legislation that will either help or hurt working families.
Mayor Barry spoke at the meeting. She told NewsChannel 5 that she loved hearing is that everyone is really busy.
She also talked about a new housing initiative.