Because it will probably be the same kind of situation with UPS and eventually YRC, I am posting this here. The actual ABF vote count is in the ABF contract thread.

It was an ugly start for electronic voting on national contracts. For the first time in more than a decade, the Hoffa administration tried to deny members and vote count observers the right to see the ballot count results from each local union. But after a week of delays and inquiries by TDU attorney Barbara Harvey, the IBT relented, and turned over the ABF vote totals to TDU's designated observer John Palmer.

Within a day of turning over the local-by-local results, the Hoffa administration published them on the web, because they knew TDU would do so.
Although the local union results were known just minutes after the May 10 vote announcement, observers and TDU’s attorney were told for days they “may not be available yet.” Then came a week of delays and stonewalling.

It was not a good beginning for electronic voting, run by BallotPoint. BallotPoint’s policy, according to what they told TDU Organizer Ken Paff, is to always produce ballot counts broken down by local union. After that, BallotPoint told TDU, it was up to the Hoffa administration to decide what to do with the results.
An Ugly Start to Electronic Voting - Teamsters for a Democratic Union