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2009 SRC Elections (1 Viewer)

jb_nc

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Honi Soit

3960 votes

1551 Vox
1470 Ace
500 Hatter
151 Tom Clement for Prez for Honi
148 Informal
94 Cyborgs
29 Skynet
17 F& Sons

Following distribution of preferences, Ace win by 66 votes.
THat seems like a lot of votes.

How does it compare to 08 or 07?

I looked in the thread but you didn't post numbers.
 

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there were 141 nus votes for left focus, and 57 for the palestine group. all of those probably delivered hatter about 1/3 or so of their vote.
 

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THat seems like a lot of votes.

How does it compare to 08 or 07?

I looked in the thread but you didn't post numbers.
trying to remember last year hype totally kicked pulps butt they got like 2/3's of the vote.
 

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from the honi twitter feed: "Breaking news: The HONI election is not over. Appeal submitted to SRC. VOX and ACE officially want to kill each other." ooooooh, drama!
 

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well yeah with only 66vote difference its worth counting... remember you only need 34votes to switch sides to change the result.
 

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SRC Representatives

Activate: 10
ACE: 6
VOX: 5
Whigs: 2
Spark: 2
Tom Clement for Prez: 2
Libs: 1
Progressive Punch: 1
Independent: 1
Left Focus: 1

Elected People:

Tui Swinnen
Andy Thomas
Gilian Gan
Victor Ghitescu
Adrian Pryke
Efrem Blackshield
Philip Boncardo
Scott Brownless
David Mack
Joe Smith-Davies
Elizabeth Dowsett
Alistair Stephenson
Edward Rigby
James Flynn
Gabriel Dain
Kairen Tan
Lucy Saunders
Greg McClintock
Mel Brooks
Timothy Scriven
Matthew McGirr
Nicholas Wright
Chris Ho
Pheobe Drake
Sebastian Wellar
Kate Taylor
Elly Howse
Emma Dook
Tom Clement
Terry Miu
Liam Byrne

(list via tom clement on fb.)
 
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The ACE/Activate deal means they have a majority.
 

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Ace got Honi by 66 votes (Hatter prefs. called it). Tom Clement outpolled by informals for President. NUS looking like 700ish votes to Activate, 500ish to Spark, 300ish to Whigs - proper count tomorrow. Fuck knows for SRC distributions.
That's not even close to true, I tripled the informal rate.

Prez counts were 10% Inf, 30% Me, 60% Elly
Between just me and Elly: 32.5% to me, 67.5% to her. Not the biggest landslide in recent memory, where both grassroots left AND the libs polled less than 30% combined against Kate Laing's 70% (It's somewhere between 69% and 71% if I remember correctly)

After prelim count, leading NUS groups were:
Activate: 700
Whigs: 550
Spark: 500
TC for Prez: 400
Rough numbers.

NUS final results:

Activate 3, Whigs 2 (including bottom seat, which takes one less vote to conference), Spark 1, TC for Prez 1. Thank god, no socialist alternative down there.

Order of election:
Noah White (Activate)
Andrew Coleman (Whigs)
Michael Buckland (Spark)
Me (Tom Clem 4 Prez)
Elly Howse (Activate)
Matt McGirr (Activate)
Tom Green (Whigs)

Also, thanks for not voting for me for president. Going to Canada's way fucking better.
 

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yr campaign was teh lolz and i salute u for it m8

NAWT

piss off and get a real sense of humour before waging a joke campaign, egghead
 

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