ABF Contract Vote Count Starts

June 27, 2013: Updated 11:30 a.m. The ballots have been picked up from the post office and counting of ballots on the ABF national contract will start later today. There is no count yet on the number of ballots, but turnout looks good, according to independent rank and file observers are present at the count site.

Stay tuned for updates and the local-by-local vote count as it progresses. 

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