Help TDU Keep Up the Fight

sandy-email.jpgThe Teamster election showed how close members are to taking back our union. We won the majority of the U.S. vote and elected six International Vice Presidents.

Hoffa-Hall are on their last legs. As Fred Zuckerman says, Teamster members have started a revolution and we aim to finish the job.

The Teamsters United coalition is moving ahead in 2017. We need the strongest TDU possible to succeed.

That's why I'm writing to ask for your urgent help.

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TDU is expanding its staff to help members spread Teamsters United, fight contract givebacks, protect our pensions, run for local union office, and end Hoffa-Hall corruption for good.

TDU just hired Beth Breslaw—the talented campaign coordinator who helped lead Teamsters United to continue this work.

Here’s the scary part. TDU can’t afford to expand its staff. But our movement can’t afford not to. There’s too much at stake—and too many opportunities to build on.

So TDU is taking a leap of faith and relying on supporters like you to step up and pitch in.

I personally promised to raise $2,000 toward TDU’s $25,000 fundraising goal.

Can you help?

Rest up and enjoy the holidays with your loved ones—and I'll see you in the fight in 2017.

In solidarity,

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Sandy Pope

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