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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Teamster Election 2016

Teamsters United volunteers are organizing in their locals and gearing up for the Teamster Convention in June where Fred Zuckerman and Teamsters United candidates will be nominated to run against the Hoffa-Hall slate this fall.

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