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Emails show Amazon pressed Postal Service for mailbox outside warehouse before union vote – The Washington Post

The union may claim Amazon’s role tainted the Bessemer, Ala., union vote and could move to overturn the results if it loses the election.

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The union has complained about the mailbox, which the Postal Service installed just before the start of mail-in balloting for the union election in early February. It has argued that the mailbox could lead workers to think Amazon has some role in collecting and counting ballots, which could influence their votes.
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The emails, obtained by the union through Freedom of Information Act requests, could extend that battle if the union loses the vote, providing fodder…

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