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REMINDER: Polls close at 7 P.M. Tonight!

REMINDER: Polls close at 7 P.M. Tonight!

| November 6, 2018

Today is Election Day—have you voted? Today is our opportunity to affect the direction our country moves.  When working families stand together, we have the power to make a difference. “Talk to your family about the candidates who need your vote, encourage your coworkers to exercise their rights, carpool with your neighbors to the polls,” […]

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Election Day is Tomorrow—Have you Voted?

| November 5, 2018

The 2018 elections have arrived and Teamsters Local 727 encourages all members to get out and vote! As Teamsters, we understand that every voice matters and together our voices are powerful.  Each time we have the courage to stand up, we have the ability to effect change. “This year’s elections are our opportunity to make […]

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43 Days to Election Day: Are you registered?

43 Days to Election Day: Are you registered?

| September 25, 2018

VOTING IS POWER By casting a ballot Americans have the opportunity to effect change and make their voices heard. Yet, millions of Americans each year find themselves unable to vote because they miss a registration deadline, haven’t updated their voter information, or aren’t sure how to register. In celebration of National Voter Registration Day, Teamsters […]

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84 Days to Election Day: Local 727 Phone Banks for Pritzker and Pro-Labor Candidates

| August 14, 2018

Teamsters Local 727 Business Agents volunteered alongside fellow union members this past Wednesday to support J.B. Pritzker and all labor-friendly candidates up for election this November. The Business Agents spent more than three hours speaking to fellow union members about the issues that matter most to them and the importance of voting for candidates who […]

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Prop A Shot Down, Missourians Reject Right-to-Work Legislation

| August 10, 2018

Voters across Missouri united Tuesday to push back against big business, overwhelmingly rejecting an attempt to enact right-to-work legislation in the state. Voting two-to-one, hardworking Missourians overturned the 2017 RTW legislation forced through by the state Legislature and former governor after years of failed attempts, thereby preserving the ability of workers to band together to […]

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