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AUS Elections Committee Response to Student Court

I have a lot of opinions about the Student ‘Court’ case, but I am first going to ask the ‘court’ whether they feel they have reviewed all the evidence. The focus on the “absence of rules” makes me think that the rules were not read. The following is my email to student ‘court’ in its entirety.

Dear Constance Chan, Clerk of Student Court;

I would like the court to take a moment to reconsider their decision. They reference the absence of rules and regulations in their ruling, but no reference is made to the AUS General Election Guidelines, or the voting info. Specifically, the statement that there were no appeals procedures aroused my interest, because the appeals procedures are clearly enumerated.

I would also ask the court to clarify whether it is invalidating all of the AUS elections, or merely the Presidential race.

They are as follows:

UBCvotes.ca, the online repository of all such information.
http://sites.google.com/site/ubcvotes/

The AUS 2010 General Election Regulations
https://docs.google.com/fileview?id=0B_KeA3HmN1_cMWZjYmRhM2YtM2M0MS00YjJiLTljNTQtZTdkMzFmNDBkN2Nl&hl=en

The Voting Information (including descriptions of how votes are to be counted)
http://sites.google.com/site/ubcvotes/home/voting-info

Regards;


Matthew Naylor

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