Why Is The Amazon Union Vote Count Taking So Long?

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A banner encourages workers to vote in a union election at Amazon’s warehouse in Bessemer, Ala. Jay Reeves/AP

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The results of the 2021 election that everyone has been awaiting with bated breath are taking a while.

Blame it on mail-in votes. Yes, this one, too.

The results of the historic Amazon union vote in Alabama, which ended more than a week ago, are still a few days away. A potential reveal is on the cards for Friday at the earliest. Here’s

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