More than a year after the initial election, the NLRB has finally completed a conclusive count in the vote to organize graduate students at Harvard University. The results came out as 1,526 students against and 1,396 in favor.

Despite the fact that more students voted against forming a labor union, the University is required to hold a new election. This, due to an earlier NLRB ruling that found that Harvard “did not provide a complete list of eligible voters prior to the election.” We should expect the new vote to be held in the coming months.