Amazon’s union elections have 55% voter turnout By Reuters

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(Reuters) – The closely monitored Amazon.com Inc (NASDAQ 🙂 union election had a voter turnout of about 55%, and the public count is expected to begin Thursday afternoon, the Stores Union Retailers, Wholesalers and Departmentals (RWDSU) said in a statement. The RWDSU said hundreds of ballots were challenged “primarily by the employer.” Amazon did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

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