New York Magazine Features Sandy Pope

May 2, 2011: Sandy Pope’s campaign for Teamster President is featured in the May issue of New York magazine.

“These days, there’s a sense of anger and betrayal among many Teamsters,” the article reports. “If elected, Pope plans to get back to basics: stop writing checks to politicians and instead use the money to recruit more new members, target workers at nonunionized competitors, and end what she sees as Hoffa’s autocratic ways.”

Click here to read Would These Guys Buy Jimmy Hoffa a Drink? in the May issue of New York Magazine.



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