Court refuses to block count of NALC contract ratification ballots

Today, the U.S. District Court in Washington, DC, denied the request of two NALC members for a preliminary injunction that would have deferred the counting of ballots on the proposed tentative 2016-2019 National Agreement between NALC and the U.S. Postal Service.

Thomas Houff of Richmond, VA Branch 496 and David Noble of Washington, DC Branch 142 filed a lawsuit to cancel the ratification vote. The court’s denial of their motion means that the counting of ballots will proceed as scheduled next week.

Ballot committee members will arrive in Washington, DC, on July 30 to monitor and observe the receipt and tabulation of the ratification ballots.

NALC members in good standing who wish to observe the tabulation of the ballots should check nalc.org for details on the hours and the location where the receipt and tabulation will take place. Details will be made available soon.

Source: Ratification ballot update | National Association of Letter Carriers AFL-CIO

  • Old Mailman

    Let the corruption with Fred Rolando continue.The outcome of this contract vote has been determined by the man himself and he will announce that the crummy contract got a 90% yes vote,bet on it.