Machinists against Boeing’s latest contract offer to hold ‘vote no’ rally

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777xEVERETT — Some Boeing machinists are planning a ‘vote no’ rally after the company’s latest contract offer.

According to the Everett Herald, about 1,000 workers are expected to show up the day before the January 3rd vote.

Members overwhelmingly rejected Boeing’s initial offer in November citing its massive takeaways.

The company promises if approved, the 777X will be assembled in Everett.

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    • SayWhat?

      Wish I was so fiscally secure that I could vote myself out of a job. That said, the states that consume the highest amounts of federal entitlement funds (relative to what they contribute) are in the south…where the conservatives have the highest support. hmm…

  • cwl

    If I drove by you striking I would give you the one finger salute and LAUGH!! Heres to you being on unemployment and the planes being built in a right to work state!! You and your ENTITLEMENT attitude will get you what you deserve!!

  • Peter

    The contract does not state that the 77x will be built in puget sound. Only that parts of the plane will be. Union members offered to give up their pensions for this plane and were denied by boeing. Would you give up your healthcare dental and retirement for a maybe? The contract is available for public viewing at the boeing machinist union website. And no i don’t work for boeing

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