Jamie Dallaire on Thu, 2 Apr 2009 23:16:35 -0700 (MST)

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[s-b] Last Consultation for now

I submit the following Consultation:

Question: Did any of Billy Pilgrim, j, and the Blue Chromium Agreement vote
FOR any of Proposals 1913 or 1927?

Reasoning: Both Billy Pilgrim and the Blue Chromium Agreement submitted
votes of "FOR AGAINST" Proposal 1913 and of "AGAINST FOR" Proposal 1927. j
later voted by announcing he was voting the same as Billy Pilgrim. Rule 2-2
says that "A Registered Voter may submit a Vote on an Open proposal at any
time. The Vote must be one of the words FOR, AGAINST, or ABSTAIN; other
words are ignored." Should this be interpreted to mean that, because two of
these words were submitted, this does not count as a vote submission? Or
that one of the two words is retained (if so, how do we decide which one?)
while the other is ignored?

Billy Pilgrim
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