In a new ruling, the Election Appeals Master has asked the Election Supervisor to further investigate whether the IBT stonewalled corruption investigators to benefit the Hoffa-Hall campaign.
After IBT Vice President Rome Aloise was busted on corruption charges, the International Union spent millions of dollars to withhold union records from corruption investigators until after the IBT election was over.
The Hoffa administration claims it fought corruption investigators on behalf of the union, not to help the Hoffa-Hall Campaign.
Teamsters United protested the election—and appealed this issue to the Election Appeals Master.
The Election Appeals Master has now remanded this issue back to the Election Supervisor for “appropriate investigation, consideration and decision. “
After a decision by the Election Supervisor, the issue will go back to the Election Appeals Master. A final decision could be issued by late April or May.