Get the Special Election Edition of Teamster Voice

September 8, 2011: Make sure you get the special election edition of Teamster Voice, an all-in-one tool to help inform members on what’s at stake in this election and what the plan is to win strong, new leadership for our union.

This special edition will include:

  • The latest updates from the Sandy Pope Campaign and news on the Teamster election.
  • Reports on what this election means for UPS, Freight, airline, waste, beverage and other Teamster industries.
  • Why Sandy Pope is the only candidate that can beat Hoffa.
  • A special Sample Ballot page showing members how they can vote for Sandy Pope, our independent candidate for Teamster President.
  • And more.

Order a bundle of 50 issues for just $10. Order 150 for $15, or 200 copies for just $22.

Click here to order you bundle. Or call TDU at 313-842-2600.

Order your bundle now and we’ll ship it out to you when Teamster Voice goes to press next week.


“If we want to save our union, we need to hit the ground hard between now and November and keep building the Sandy Pope campaign.

I just ordered an extra 150 copies of this upcoming issue to help spread the word and get out the vote in my area.”

Todd Hartsell, UPS, Local 90, Des Moines, Iowa


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