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UPS: $600 per Vote?

October 10, 2013: The Round Two vote count in the Central Region is coming to the end, and the supplement has narrowly passed by 53.6%: 11,599 to 10,006.

UPS: Louisville Says 'Hell No'

UPDATED 3:40 p.m. October 10, 2013: The largest UPS unit in the country, Louisville Local 89, has voted No by 3580 to 488. Local 89’s elected leadership and stewards organized for a big No vote, and the members have backed that stand by a landslide margin.

UPS: Ohio Rider Rejected

UPDATED 1:30 p.m. October 10, 2013: The Round Two vote count continues on the Central Region Supplement. The three other supplements being voted – New York Local 804, Philadelphia Local 623, and Metro Philadelphia Area – have now been counted.

UPS: Central Region Counted Today

UPDATED 10:00 a.m. October 10, 2013: The Round Two vote count continues on the Central Region Supplement, with Ohio locals slated for early processing. The three other supplements being voted – New York Local 804, Philadelphia Local 623, and Metro Philadelphia Area – have now been counted.

UPS: Philadelphia Local 623 Says No

UPDATED 7:40 p.m. October 9, 2013: The Round Two vote counts continue on supplements for the Central Region, Philadelphia Local 623, Philadelphia Area Locals, and New York Local 804. Two supplements have been counted so far, as have a number of locals in the Central Region.

Next Up in UPS Round Two: Western Region and Local 177

Oct. 4, 2013: Ballots will be counted starting Oct. 9 on UPS supplements in the Central and Pa. Another 35,000 Teamsters will be re-voting soon in the Western Region and N.J. Local 177. But for now, there's an information Brownout on what they will be voting on.

Union Rift Poses Test for UPS

The Wall Street Journal
10/01/2013

UPS is caught in a rift between the leadership of the Teamsters union and its rank-and-file members over labor contracts, a development that could unnerve corporate shippers and hurt its holiday shipping business.

No Vote Can Pay Off Again in Central Supplement

September 26, 2013: UPS Teamsters in the Central Region are on a second contract offer that has virtually no improvements and would cut the health benefits of most Teamsters. Can it pay to Vote No again?

Hoffa-Hall Snowjob

September 26, 2013: Hoffa and Hall have mailed a phony photo to tens of thousands of UPSers to try to snow them into voting for a bad contract.

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