June 23, 2013: The early trend in the voting on the national UPS Freight Contract shows that rank and file Teamsters are delivering a big NO on the tentative agreement.
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UPS Freight Newswire
June 22, 2013: Updated: 9:35 p.m. The UPS vote will resume on Sunday. Southern California UPSers have voted overwhelmingly against the tentative agreements in Local 63 and Local 396.
June 21, 2013: Updated: 8:45 p.m. The vote count has been suspended for Friday and resumes Saturday. Most of the Eastern Region has been counted.
June 20, 2013: Updated 10:00 p.m. The ballot count work is over for day one. There is no official count of total ballots received, but it is projected to be approximately a 38% turnout for UPS package, and 50% for UPS Freight.
June 20, 2013: Updated 12:30 p.m. The bulk of the UPS and UPS Freight contract ballots were picked up from the post office at 9 a.m. and a second pick-up was made at noon.
June 18, 2013: The vote counts on the UPS, UPS Freight and ABF contracts have been screwed up in too many ways to count.
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..