FORT WORTH — More than 400 workers at Fort Worth's Coca-Cola bottling plant will decide Wednesday whether to unionize the facility.
All shifts will get a chance to cast a ballot starting at 4 a.m.
"We are trying to better our wages and get some job security and just make it a better place to work... make it not just a job, but a career," said union supporter Gary Smitherman, who has worked at the facility for 13 years.
The Coca-Cola Company, based in Atlanta, said it respects its employees' right to chose whether they want union representation.
A "yes" vote would make the plant Coke's only unionized facility in the South.