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    Default Get rid of one union, replace it with another?

    I'm just curious if this is possible, I am just a wee man in a smaller company, but long story short, contract talks between my current employer, and my union, have gone absolutely no where for almost a year, a lot of drama has unfolded, and neither one is really speaking for the best interest of the employees. I've personally tried talking to both, and ya.... not going so hot. Theres been one vote on a contract, and it was shot down, now there's a danger of a strike.
    Is it theoretically possible to vote out a current union, and replace it with another? I personally don't believe the current union has the best interests of the employees at heart, but at the same time, i dont trust the owner as far as i can throw him. Or should I just shut up and color.
    Thanks!
    (I prefer to keep the state anonymous, but if that's critical to an answer I can provide it)

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    confudled001: Is it theoretically possible to vote out a current union, and replace it with another?

    To answer your question, yes, you can dump one union and vote in another.
    When and how that's done, depends on the bylaws of your current union,
    I would suggest you get a copy and read it carefully
    That said good luck and Im going to resist the overwhelming urge to comment any further,
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