June 18, 2013: The vote counts on the UPS, UPS Freight and ABF contracts have been screwed up in too many ways to count.
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UPS Freight Newswire
June 20, 2013: The vote count began today on the UPS and UPS Freight contracts and will begin on June 27 at ABF. Rank and file observers will be present at the vote counts thanks to Teamsters for a Democratic Union.
June 12, 2013: UPS and UPS Freight Teamsters are in a final push to get out the vote on the proposed contracts.
June 24, 2013: The ballot count for UPS Freight completed and the UPS Freight contract has been rejected. Local-by-local vote count figures are available here..
June 26, 2013: Updated 2:00 p.m. The UPS vote count is now completed. Keep reading to see a breakdown of the numbers by local and supplement.
May 29, 2013: The IBT has sent out a mailing listing every local officer by name that was at the two-person meeting in Washington, claiming they "unanimously approve" of the contract.
May 24, 2013: The weak contracts at UPS and UPS Freight affect every Teamster. TDU stands for an alternative to brownouts and concessions.
May 24, 2013: The UPS Freight contract is headed down in many big locals. Teamsters around the country report the proposed UPS Freight contract fails to measure up.
May 24, 2013: For the first time in 49 years, there is no national master freight agreement.