2016 IBT Election Campaign

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TDU is organizing to win new leadership and a new direction by electing the Teamsters United Slate in the International Union election.

Teamster members can defeat Hoffa and Hall but only if we build a grassroots network to educate and involve Teamster members— and turn out the vote!

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Hoffa Zuckerman Debate Set

The Hoffa Campaign has accepted an invitation to debate Fred Zuckerman on August 25 at a debate organized by the IBT Election Supervisor. But will Hoffa show up or chicken out? (Reprinted from Teamsters United)

Teamster Election Dates Announced

The Election Supervisor announced that ballots for the International Union election will be mailed to every member on October 6. The ballots will be counted on Monday, November 14.

Teamster Proud at the IBT Convention

Teamsters United delegates brought the voices and concerns of working Teamsters to the IBT Convention. They faced down boos, threats, and intimidation. They stood tall in the face of racist, sexist and homophobic slurs from Hoffa delegates. They spoke to the issues, spoke up for the members and they did us all Teamster proud.

On the Ballot & Ready to Win!

[Reprinted from Teamsters United]

Fred Zuckerman and the Teamsters United slate were successfully nominated in balloting by delegates at the Teamster Convention. The future of our union is in the members’ hands. A ballot will be mailed to every Teamster this October.

Hoffa Slate’s Kevin Moore Gambles & Loses in Vegas

Hoffa Slate Trustee Kevin Moore was fined by the Election Supervisor for using union resources to support the Hoffa Campaign at the Teamster Convention.

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