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Amazon union drive in Alabama sees 55% voter turnout – CNBC

More than 3,200 Amazon employees cast ballots in the Alabama union drive, the union said Wednesday.

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More than 3,200 ballots were cast in a high stakes union election at one of Amazon’s Alabama warehouses, according to the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union.
The election was open to more than 5,800 employees at Amazon’s Bessemer, Alabama, warehouse, who are voting whether to join the RWDSU. With 3,215 total ballots cast, that resulted in a turnout rate of roughly 55%, which is higher than what the RWDSU initially estimated.
Workers had until March 29 to submit their ballots via mail….

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