Now It's Your Turn, Mr. Hoffa

Charges about campaign financing put him on the defensive

Ever since a court-appointed official threw out last year's Teamsters election because of campaign abuses by President Ronald Carey's camp, Carey has charged that his rival's backers cheated, too. Now, Carey backers are offering detailed allegations, including charges that union officials funneled kickbacks to James P. Hoffa's campaign from companies that do business with their locals.

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