Voting on the new contract for UAW workers at General Motors started this weekend and the early results are mixed.
The Detroit News reports that two plants, Lansing Grand River Assembly and Fairfax Assembly in Kansas City, voted over the weekend. Workers at Lansing approved the contract with 57 percent saying the contract should be ratified. Meanwhile at Fairfax, production and skilled worked voted no by 63 and 66 percent respectively.
While these results don't indicate the fate of the tentative contract, it does put some worry as to how the other plants will vote.
We'll be keeping an eye on the voting as it progresses.
Source: The Detroit News