BLET Members Stand Up for the Right to Vote

December 18, 2009: Just two months after the head of the BLET was arrested for taking a $20,000 bribe, some rail officials are trying to take away the Right to Vote for BLET officials.

Now BLET members are teaming up to protect their Right to Vote. They’ve launched a committee called BLET Members for Democracy.

They’re educating members about how the Right to Vote lets them hold top officials accountable.

Click here to download a flyer from BLET Members for Democracy.

Click here to download “Questions and Answers About the Right to Vote.”

Click here to download a petition members can sign to protect the Right to Vote.

Want to find out more? Email the new committee at info [at] bletmembersfordemocracy.org

What do you think? Click here to send your comments and suggestions to Teamsters for a Democratic Union.


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