Build the TDU Campaign War Chest

The 2021 Teamster election is here and it's crunch time. Election rules require TDU to use verified funds from members in the Teamster election. Without an infusion of verified funds, TDU risks being sidelined from this critical International Union election. We can't let that happen. Will you extend or renew your membership now and help TDU build the campaign war chest we need to transform our union?

Renew Your Membership

We are asking expired TDU members to renew your TDU membership now so we have the funds we need to organize online and face-to-face campaign meetings, to educate members on election issues, and to help mobilize the membership at our shops and in our locals. 

Regular dues are $50 a year, or $100 for a 3-year membership.

Extend Your Membership

If your membership is up-to-date, please extend your TDU membership now. By extending your TDU membership today, you’re making sure TDU can take action in the Teamster election to win new leadership and reforms that empower members. And you’re making sure our grassroots movement will be there organizing to transform and rebuild our union over the long haul.

We’ll extend your membership 1 or 3 years from your current expiration date.

Only current, dues-paying Teamsters can extend their TDU membership to fund the TDU IBT Election Fund. There is a $2,000 limit on your total contributions to all campaigns and to the TDU Election Fund.

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