Vote was "unanimous":
Members of Local One, the union representing almost all Broadway stagehands, authorized their leaders to call a strike in a unanimous vote today, the union said. While the vote does not mean that a strike is inevitable, it is a necessary step if one is to be called.
In a statement, the union said that there were no plans for a strike, which would leave most Broadway theaters dark, though James J. Claffey Jr., the president of Local One, was quoted as saying at the meeting, “No work in December without a deal.”
Remember, this is all about leverage over the next month, into the holidays.
Full story now in NYT.