UPS and UPS Freight: Ballot Count Day Two

June 21, 2013: Updated: 8:45 p.m.  The vote count has been suspended for Friday and resumes Saturday. Most of the Eastern Region has been counted.

The national contract has been voted down in Philadelphia Local 623, New York Local 804, North Carolina Local 61, Pittsburgh Local 249 and other Western Pennsylvania locals, locals in Metro Philadelphia, Upstate New York, and some other locals. 

At the suspension of Friday's ballot count, the vote is 9,270 Yes and 7,233 No with 55 locals counted. 

A complete local-by-local chart of the contract votes that have been tallied so far is now available here.

Six supplements have been voted down so far: Western Pennsylvania, Pittsburgh Local 926, Philadelphia Local 623, Metro Philly New York Local 804, and Upstate New York.

The count will continue through the weekend. The next region to be counted will be the Southern Region. We will continually update this website and the voting results.

More information on our observers at the count.

There is no official count of total ballots received, but it is projected to be approximately a 38% turnout for UPS package, and 50% for UPS Freight.

The final ballot pick-up was made at noon on Thursday, including from some members who took the time and money to send their ballot by Express Mail.

No UPS Freight votes are counted yet.  That count will begin on Saturday.  UPS Freight vote tallies will be available here as they become available.

There will be later post office pick-ups due to extended deadlines for three locals: 89 (June 22), 901 (June 24) and 135 (June 26).

Stay tuned for updates.

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