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Voting Deadline Reminder

Just a reminder: ballots are due by midnight (central), Tuesday, July 15.

If you have questions or a problem with the site, please let me know.

The original information is below.

Jeff

The ballot is now available. The ballot includes the vote for the 2014-2015 resolution and 4 pending amendments.
One vote per school. Ballots are due by midnight, Tuesday, July 15.
2013-2014 membership is required to vote. If you still need to pay, that can be done online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/node/966.

Ballot Available

The ballot is now available. The ballot includes the vote for the 2014-2015 resolution and 4 pending amendments.
One vote per school. Ballots are due by midnight, Tuesday, July 15.
2013-2014 membership is required to vote. If you still need to pay, that can be done online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/node/966.

The ballot is available online at: cedadebate.org/summer2014ballot.

Let me know if you have trouble accessing the ballot or if someone else on your team needs access to the ballot.

2014-2015 Controversy Announcement

Decriminalization is the winning controversy area for 2014-2015.
74 ballots were cast. Decriminalization won with 49 first-place votes. A list of schools that voted and vote totals are included.

Initial count of first-place votes:

Decriminalization: 21
Definitions: 10
Labor: 13
Poverty: 16
Russia: 14

The first-place votes for federal definitions were dropped and transferred and the totals were recalculated.

Second count of first-place votes:

Decriminalization: 27
Labor: 13
Poverty: 18
Russia: 15

Controversy ballot reminder

Just a reminder: ballots are due by midnight, Friday, May 16.

The ballot is available at: http://cedadebate.org/2014controversy

Please let me know if you have trouble accessing the ballot.

Jeff

2014-2015 Controversy Ballot

The ballot for the 2014-2015 controversy area is now available.
Ballots are due by midnight, Friday, May 16.
One vote per school. Only 2013-2014 CEDA member schools are eligible to vote.

The ballot is available at: http://cedadebate.org/2014controversy

The topic committee recommended 5 possible controversies for consideration.

History Made at College National Debate Tournament

For Immediate Release
April 29, 2014

Contact: Paul Mabrey
540-568-4002
mabreype@jmu.edu

History Made at College National Debate Tournament

Towson University Women win the 2014 Cross Examination Debate Association National Tournament
The Cross Examination Debate Association (CEDA) issued the following statement today:

Topic Committee Election Announcement

Thanks to everyone who agreed to stand for election.
52 eligible votes were counted.
A plurality of votes elects an individual.

Congrats to the following individuals who were elected to the 2014 Topic Committee:

Undergraduate rep: Rashid Campbell, Oklahoma
Graduate rep: Ryan Wash, Wake Forest

SCHOOLS VOTING

Topic Committee Ballot - Reminder

JUST A REMINDER: Balloting ends Saturday, April 5 at midnight.

The ballot is now available for the graduate and undergraduate representatives to the 2014 CEDA Topic Committee.
Vote online at:  http://cedadebate.org/14TCvote

Only 2013-2014 CEDA member schools are eligible to vote. Membership can be paid online at:  http://www.cedadebate.org/store.
One vote per school. Vote for one person per position.
The ballot will close at midnight, Saturday, April 5.

2014 Award Winners

Alumni Award

Joshua Zive (Kansas)

Johnston Debater of the Year

Elijah Smith (Rutgers)

Brownlee

Joe Patrice (US Military Academy)

Galentine

Amber Kelsie (Towson)

Grindy

Kurt Fifelski (Central Oklahoma)

Public Advocate

Glenn Greenwald (George Washington)

New Competitor

Nathan Buchholz (James Madison)

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2014 National Debate Scholars

2014 National Debate Scholars

Summa Cum Laude

Debater Institution
Greg Adler Emory
Michael Barnett Louisville
Matt Bevins KU
Emily Bosch Concordia
Jacob Bosley JMU
Melanie Campbell KU
Cody Crunkiton Minnesota
Melinda Ehrlich
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