October 28, 2011: Teamsters still have two weeks left to vote for Sandy Pope. What we do in the next week can help win this election.
2011 IBT Election
October 21, 2011: Did you get a Hoffa Campaign Mailing? Did you get the big one in which Hoffa brags that he is keeping Mexican-based trucks from displacing US-based Teamsters?
October 20, 2011: 122,810 ballots have been returned in the election for Teamster President. And more are coming in every day.
October 19, 2011: 104,584. That’s the number of ballots received as of October 18 by the Election Supervisor. That is 7.8% of all eligible Teamsters.
And that’s typical. In the 2006 election for Teamster President, two out of three votes were returned after the first week.
October 17, 2011: Get the answers to common questions about the election process for Teamster President.
October 12, 2011: If you did not get your ballot yet, call the Election Supervisor to request a replacement ballot at 877-317-2011.
October 7, 2011: Teamsters are turning out the vote for Sandy, and for real change in our union.
October 6, 2011: Ballots mail out today to elect the next Teamster General President. Sandy Pope is the only candidate who can beat Hoffa and lead our union in a new direction.
September 28, 2011: How many votes will it take to beat Hoffa and elect Sandy Pope? 150,000.
We know the support is out there. Unfortunately, many Teamsters don’t bother to vote. That means the side that does turn out its vote, wins.
September 27, 2011: Sandy Pope says things you might not expect to hear from a union leader.