[Linux-aus] Parity error between nominations and candidates?
katie at glasnt.com
Mon Dec 26 21:22:21 AEDT 2016
> Is it because the candidate has to accept the nomination
> and those candidates haven't accepted the nomination?
Yes, that's correct.
See Section 15) 1. a. of the Constitution
> Nominations of candidates for election .. must be made in writing,
signed by 2 members of the association and
> **accompanied by the written consent of the candidate**
There are a number of candidates who did not accept their nomination.
The people listed under the Candidates section are those who have accepted
nomination, and can be voted for.
Hopefully this clears things up.
On 26 December 2016 at 20:54, Paul Wayper <paulway at mabula.net> wrote:
> Hi all,
> I fear I've forgotten the answer to this, so here's a stupid question: why
> some nominated people not candidates in the election even if they've got
> Is it because the candidate has to accept the nomination, and those
> haven't accepted the nomination?
> For example, Michael Still was nominated for the committee by two people,
> isn't a candidate?
> It would be good for any future voting system that Linux Australia sets up
> include information like that to help idiots like me understand the parity
> error :-)
> Thanks in advance, and have a good holiday,
> linux-aus mailing list
> linux-aus at lists.linux.org.au
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the linux-aus