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Ballot Reminder -- Due Wednesday July 15

Just a reminder. Ballots are due by midnight, central, Wednesday July 15. The original information is reposted below.
Jeff
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The ballot is available online: http://www.cedadebate.org/1516resolution.

Votes are due by midnight (central), Wednesday, July 15.
Results will be announced on Friday, July 17.

Only 2014-2015 CEDA members are eligible to vote. A membership list is available at: http://www.cedadebate.org/1415membership. If your school is not listed in error, please let me know right away.
You must have an account on this site (the main CEDA site, not the forums) and it must be flagged as eligible to vote. Let me know if I need to set up an account for you, a new coach, or your proxy.
If you are not members, and need to join, please pay the membership fee online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/store.

Let me know if you have any questions or problems with the website.

As a reminder, the following resolutions are on the ballot:

Resolution 1. Resolved: The United States should significantly enhance its military presence in Afghanistan, the Baltic States, Iraq, and/or Ukraine; or significantly reduce its military presence in Bahrain, Djibouti, and/or the Republic of Korea.

Resolution 2. Resolved: The United States should either significantly enhance its military presence in Afghanistan, Iraq and/or Syria; or significantly reduce its military presence in Bahrain, Djibouti, and/or Saudi Arabia.

Resolution 3. Resolved: The United States should reduce its military commitment to, by at least significantly reducing its forward deployed forces in, one or more of the following: the Baltic States, Gulf Cooperation Council member states, Japan, the Republic of Korea.

Resolution 4. Resolved: The United States should significantly reduce its military presence in one or more of the following: the Arab states of the Persian Gulf, the Greater Horn of Africa, Northeast Asia.

Resolution 5. Resolved: The United States should either significantly increase its military presence or significantly reduce its military presence in one of the following: Afghanistan, Bahrain, the Baltic States, Djibouti, Iraq, the Republic of Korea.