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Postby kleggo on Sat Sep 21, 2013 4:31 pm

they say
vote for no more than 3 candidates, one vote per candidate.

does that mean both primary and associate member can vote for three candidates (= 6 total votes)?

not sure what one vote per candidate means? Primary and secondary can't vote for the same candidate?

thanks

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Re: election ballots

Postby lrayner on Sat Sep 21, 2013 6:13 pm

Think of it as two ballots, one for the primary member, one for the associate member. Each of you can vote for up to any three candidates. You can each vote for the same, or different. The limitation just means that each of you cannot apply more than one of your votes to a candidate, for example three votes (or six) for Keith is not allowed, but one of your votes, and one of your associate members votes can be for Keith. You could stop there, or vote for one or two additional candidates.

For illustrative purposes only, this is not meant as an endorsement of a particular candidate, as all of our candidates are awesome :rockon:
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Re: election ballots

Postby kleggo on Sun Sep 22, 2013 12:57 pm

Keith?
Keith who?

Thanks Leigh.

Any luck on the 993 search?
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Re: election ballots

Postby lrayner on Sun Sep 22, 2013 5:20 pm

It's supposed to be here Tuesday! I'll try and post a picture if I can figure out how.
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Re: election ballots

Postby auxxcay on Wed Sep 20, 2017 10:31 am

In this day and age how can we not have an online - automated voting system? I'm not in town to be able to send in my votes by 9-25. Voter turnout is low in in no small part because we have to find a stamp and use snail mail! :banghead:
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Re: election ballots

Postby dcarusillo on Wed Sep 20, 2017 7:34 pm

Amen  :bowdown:
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Re: election ballots

Postby kjr914 on Thu Sep 21, 2017 12:43 am

auxxcay wrote:In this day and age how can we not have an online - automated voting system? I'm not in town to be able to send in my votes by 9-25. Voter turnout is low in in no small part because we have to find a stamp and use snail mail! :banghead:

Awesome! Looks like we found our Online Voting Chair!
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The Board has looked into it and there were some issues for us to deal with that kept it from being a slam dunk. HOWEVER, it is on the list of things that need to be done, as we ALL want it to happen (or at least in parallel with the mailing option).
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