Expansion tops the agenda of Ron Gettelfinger, heir apparent to United Auto Workers President Stephen P. Yokich. Introduced as the choice of senior union officials to succeed the 66-year-old Mr. Yokich, who is retiring, Mr. Gettelfinger tells reporters he wants to increase the UAW’s membership. "Obviously, we would like to grow our membership," says Mr. Gettelfinger, whose nomination by the UAW’s administrative caucus virtually assures he will become the storied union’s ninth president ...
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