Chicago Election Rigged, Jury Told

April 8, 2009: Two former union officers and an organizer for Teamsters Local 743 rigged a union election in 2004 by diverting secret ballots to family members and friends who weren't authorized to vote, a federal prosecutor told a jury today as their trial began.

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