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CEDA Voting Results

Results are now available from the 2009 Spring vote.

 

63 eligible ballots were received by the deadline.  A list of schools voting is below.

 
CONTROVERSY AREA
 

Nuclear weapons wins on the first count with 36 first place votes.  IMF/WB received 8 first-place votes.  Russia received 10 first-place votes.  Taboo topics received 9 first-place votes.

 
AMENDMENTS
 
Amendment 1 (transparency):  Passes 51-8

Amendment 2 (Enrollment verification):  Passes 58-3

Amendment 3 (Date of nationals):  Passes 54-5
Amendment 4 (Timeline for host):  Passes 55-3
Amendment 5 (Adding events):  Fails 25-33

Amendment 6 (Grad student competing):  Fails 21-39

Amendment 7 (Direct election student rep):  Passes 47-11

Amendment 8 (Redistrict SE/SEC):  Passes 52-3

Amendment 9 (Redistrict western regions):  Passes 53-3

 
 
VOTER ROLL
 
Appalachian State
Arizona State University
Binghamton University
Boston College
Cal
Cal Poly
California State University Northridge
Clarion University
CUNY
Emory University
Emporia State University
Folsom Lake College
Fullerton
George Washington University
Georgia State University
Gonzaga University
Harvard
Idaho State
JCCC
JMU
John Carroll University
Kansas City Kansas Community College
Kansas State
Kentucky
Liberty University
Macalester College
Marist College
Michigan
Michigan State University
Missouri State
Northern Iowa
Northwestern University
Pittsbugh
Pepperdine University
richmond
Sacramento State
Samford University
San Francisco State University
Texas
Trinity University
UMASS
UMKC
Univ of West Georgia
University of Central Oklahoma
University of Georgia
University of Kansas
University of Louisiana
University of Louisville
University of Mary Washington
University of Miami
University of Minnesota
University of North Texas
University of Texas at Dallas
UNLV
USC
UW Oshkosh
Wake Forest
Wayne State
West Virginia University
Western Connecticut State University
Whitman College
Wichita State

Wyoming