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2013 - 2014 Resolution Announcement

2013 – 2014 Resolution Announcement

77 schools voted. The winning resolution is #7.

Resolved: The United States Federal Government should substantially increase statutory and/or judicial restrictions on the war powers authority of the President of the United States in one or more of the following areas: targeted killing; indefinite detention; offensive cyber operations; or introducing United States Armed Forces into hostilities.

The final vote was 51-26 (resolution #2). A full breakdown of voting follows.

Initial first-place votes:

Resolution Vote Reminder

Just a quick reminder: ballots are due by midnight (central) tomorrow, July 17.
Vote online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/1314resolution

If you are receiving this email, your account should be authorized to vote.
If you need someone else to get access to the ballot, just let me know. We can get a new account made quickly.

The winning resolution will be announced on Friday, July 19.

Jeff

2013-2014 Resolution Ballot

The ballot is now available. Ballots are due by midnight (central), Wednesday, July 17. The ballot can be accessed at: www.cedadebate.org/1314resolution.

Only member schools are eligible to vote (2012-2013 membership year).

2013-2014 Controversy Vote Reminder

Just a reminder. Ballots are due by midnight tonight (May 12). You can find the ballot at: http://www.cedadebate.org/1314controversy.

You will need an account on the main CEDA site (not the forums). And, your account needs to be authorized to vote. Please do not wait until late tonight only to find out that there is a problem. I can correct the problem quickly.

Controversy Ballot Available

The 2013-2014 Controversy ballot is now available. Ballots are due by midnight (central), Sunday, May 12.
The ballot is below and also available online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/1314controversy.
Only CEDA member schools (2012-2013) are eligible to vote.
If you have trouble accessing the ballot, double-check that you are logged in. A few people are inadvertently logged out. Logging in again always seems to fix the problem. If you have trouble with the site, please email me.

Topic Committee Election Results

Thanks to everyone who agreed to stand for election and those schools that voted. 42 schools voted. A complete list follows. Congratulations to the following people who were elected.

Undergraduate: Jeff Min, Wake Forest
Graduate: William Mosley-Jensen, Georgia

List of Schools Voting

Topic Committee Ballot Reminder

Just a reminder: ballots for the topic committee (grad and undergrad positions) are due no later than midnight tonight.
The ballot is online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/tc2013

If you voted early, and if you voted for Colin McElhinny for the undergrad position, please submit a new ballot. The newest ballot will be the one that is counted.

The original information is below.

Jeff

Topic Committee Ballot

There are two positions open for the topic committee: a graduate student position and an undergraduate student. Ballots are due by midnight, April 16. You must be a member of CEDA to vote.
The ballot is online at: http://www.cedadebate.org/tc2013.
If you have trouble accessing the ballot, double-check that you are logged in. A few people are inadvertently logged out. Logging in again always seems to fix the problem. If you have trouble with the site, please email me.

CEDA Election Results

Thanks to those who agreed to stand for election. A list of the schools that voted is included. The following individuals were elected:

2nd VP: Kris Willis
Topic committee: Ryan Galloway
Pacific: Jake Thompson
West: Sarah Partlow-Lefevre
Mid America: Matt Moore
East Central: Brian DeLong
Southeast: Lindsey Shook

Both amendments passed. The nonprofit language amendment passes 57-2. The graduate student on the topic committee amendment passes 41-21.

List of Schools Voting

Voting Reminder: Due Tonight!

BALLOTS ARE DUE BY Midnight tonight.
This is the same info sent two weeks ago. Just a reminder.
Jeff

There are several items on the ballot including:

2nd VP: Gordon, Manuel, Willis
Topic Committee: Antonucci, S Elliott, Feldman, Galloway, Kurr, Reid-Brinkley, Ryan, Symonds
Amendment #1: Nonprofit status language
Amendment #2: Grad student representation on the topic committee

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