2011 IBT Election

Redefining the Union Boss

November 21, 2011: Not long ago, truckers pulled off highways across America and tuned in to someone whose CB handle was “Troublemaker.”

TDU: It’s About the Members

November 18, 2011: James Hoffa has been reelected Teamster president.

Less than 20 percent of members voted. Hoffa will get the vote of about one-tenth of all Teamsters. That’s a win, but hardly a mandate.

Proud to Be for Pope

November 16, 2011: The election results are not going the way we want them to. But we’re proud to be for Sandy Pope.

Employers Back Hoffa

November 11, 2011: Teamster employers have thrown their support behind Hoffa and his running mates in the Teamster election—including allowing illegal access to their campaigns.

Gal runs strong in bid to oust Hoffa

November 07, 2011: ormer truck driver Alexandra “Sandy” Pope, 55, is taking on one of organized labor’s biggest names -- Hoffa -- for the right to lead the 1.4 million-member International Brotherhood of Teamsters.


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