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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The election rules strictly prohibit making campaign speeches or remarks during regular Convention business.

But Moore was in Vegas and he figured he would roll the dice. From the Convention podium, Moore gave a shout out to all of the “red vests” as a salute to the Hoffa-Hall campaign.

The Election Supervisor fined Moore $250 for the violation and ordered him to cease and desist from campaigning during union business at the Convention.

Moore is Hoffa’s despised Carhaul Director. The concessionary carhaul contract was rejected by members by a no vote of 87 percent. In Vegas and in our union, Moore is on a real losing streak.

Read the protest decision and the strongly worded decision denying the Hoffa Campaign’s appeal.


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  • Bruce Swearingen
    commented 2017-10-02 00:18:35 -0400
    Gave a “shout out”..to the criminals & their lunitic fan base..geat job of running the IBT into a stalled state of dysfunction..
    What a guy!!
  • Stephanie McAllister
    followed this page 2016-10-25 12:02:54 -0400
  • Denzel Del
    commented 2016-06-29 17:29:48 -0400
    It’s up to the Rank and File in Detroit to Oust/Vote this individual out of Position in the Next 299 Elec
    tion
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