KEY POINTS
  • The United Auto Workers' tentative agreement with General Motors is back on track for ratification.
  • As of Wednesday afternoon, the deal had the support of about 54% of the roughly 30,700 autoworkers whose votes had been finalized by the union.
  • The broad approval marks a swing in voting after several major assembly plants voted against the deal.

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United Auto Workers (UAW) members strike at a General Motors assembly plant that builds the U.S. automaker's full-size sport utility vehicles, in another expansion of the strike in Arlington, Texas, October 24, 2023.

DETROIT — The United Auto Workers' tentative agreement with General Motors is back on track for ratification after a handful of large plants voted against the pact in recent days, according to ongoing voting results published Wednesday by the union.

As of Wednesday afternoon, the deal had the support of about 54% of the roughly 30,700 autoworkers whose votes had been finalized by the union. Results were still pending at several small facilities and a crossover plant in mid-Michigan, which a local chapter reported voted 60% against the pact.

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