November 26, 2004

Quorum = possible

If we do not now reach quorum in the referenda we will only have ourselves to blame. Around 430 to go this morning, get voting people!

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  1. Maybe its the cynic in me but i think it much more worthwhile to vote in the raws single of the year.

    So go ahead and vote you slugs..being told what to do and even how to vote by your sabs, but dont vote at the union portal, no ifollow this link to a far more worthwhile referendum link

    26 Nov 2004, 11:49

  2. Carly

    Just wanted to point out that of course some of the sabbs are going to campaign for one side of an argument, as one of them proposed one of the motions and is part of a campaigning group for it, and one other was involved in writing it!

    As for telling people how to vote… everyone here has a mind of their own and can read the arguments for and against for themselves.

    And to be honest, is voting in your poll honestly more meaninful? The Union's one will affect how our entire organisation is run (and will impact directly on RaW).

    26 Nov 2004, 12:09

  3. Colin Paterson

    The RaW poll is more important as you can win things if you vote in the RaW poll.

    26 Nov 2004, 13:25

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