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WGA members on both coasts voted overwhelmingly Tuesday to end their 100-day walkout.

Guild officials said 3,775 ballots were cast in person or by proxy, with 92.5% of votes cast in favor of ending the work stoppage. A total of 3,492 cast "yes" ballots, and only 283 voted against ending the strike.

The bicoastal voting followed Saturday's announcement of a tentative three-year contract, granting annual pay raises of 3%-3.5% and historic gains in residuals for new-media content. The WGAW board and WGAE council could have ended the strike without the votes, but guild leaders said they wanted to give members a direct voice in that decision.

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