Carhaul Vote Count Results

The ballots cast on the tentative national carhaul agreement have been tallied and the contract was rejected.

Yes: 2,076  No: 2,939

Below are tentative local-by-local results.

Updated at 9:44 AM, Aug. 13.

Central-Southern Supplement

Local City
Master Supplement
Yes
No
Yes
No
5
 Baton Rouge, La.
3
14
3
14
20
 Toledo, Ohio
43
55
46
52
26
 Danville, Ill.
5
6
3
9
41
 Kansas City
71
213
71
213
79
 Tampa, Fla.
6
25
6
24
89
 Louisville, Ky.
244
130
237
135
120
 St. Paul, Minn.
12
74
11
75
135
 Indianapolis
2
34
2
34
215
 Evansville, Ind.
9
28
10
27
299
 Detroit
243 244
235
252
325
 Rockford, Ill.
23
52
22
53
327
 Nashville
53
128
50
130
332
 Flint, Mich.
74
64
69
69
364
 South Bend, Ind.
1
1
0
2
377
 Lordstown, Ohio
11
68
10
69
385
 Orlando
5
12
5
12
413
 Columbus, Ohio
39
32
35
36
414
 Ft. Wayne, Ind.
48
104
46
106
449
 Buffalo
42
24
41
25
512
 Jacksonville, Fla.
24
58
23
60
528
 Atlanta
37
46
34
49
568
 Shreveport, La.
32
51
32
52
579
 Janesville, Wis.
29
43
29
44
580
 Lansing, Mich.
36
67
35
67
604
 St. Louis
33
203
27
210
612
 Birmingham, Ala.
5
9
5
9
614
 Pontiac, Mich.
85
62
71
75
651
 Lexington, Ky.
31
44
31
44
657
 San Antonio
15
20
15
19
710
 Chicago
19
120
14
126
745
 Dallas
90
146
77
157
769
 Miami
21
17
21
17
886
 Oklahoma City
26
7
26
7
891
 Mississippi
2
47
2
49
957
 Dayton, Ohio
53
160
50
163
964
 Lorain, Ohio
63
9
61
11
984
 Memphis
11
19
9
21
988
 Houston 16
38
16
38

 

Eastern Supplement

Local   City
Master  Supplement 
Yes
No
Yes
No
25
 Boston
15
36
16
36
71
 Charlotte
2
4
2
4
115
 Philadelphia
1
0
1
0
170
 Worcester, Mass.
0
1
0
1
171  Roanoke, Va.
3
0
3
0
251
 Rhode Island
3
3
3
3
294
 Selkirk, N.Y.
18
6
18
6
312
 Chester, Pa. 
18
4
16
5
326
 Wilmington, Del.
56
32
52
36
355
 Baltimore
65
50
64
50
391
 North Carolina
34
60
32
61
469
 Perth Amboy, N.J.
6
2
6
2
509
 South Carolina
4
0
4
0
560
 Newark, N.J.
42
37
38
40
592
 Richmond, Va.
10
10
5
15
822
 Norfolk, Va.
12
7
12
7
917
 New York
36
50
32
53

 

Western Supplement

Local  City  Master  Supplement 
Yes
No
Yes
No
63
 Los Angeles
72
57
66 63
104
 Phoenix
15
5
14
5
174
 Seattle
10
27
6
31
190
 Montana
0
2
0
2
222
 Salt Lake City
5
1
4
2
223
 Portland, Ore.
9
3
8
4
287
 Milpitas, Calif.
17
64
16
67
315
 Richmond, Calif.
12
2
12
2
492
 New Mexico
3
0
0
2
542
 San Diego
4
1
4
1
631
 Las Vegas
1
0
1
0
763
 Seattle
0
2
0
2
848
 Long Beach, Calif.
19
1
18
2
961
 Denver
22
1
22
1

 


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