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Vote on Term of Office for SVLUG President/Vice-President (Sept 2004) - alternate presentation

This is an alternate presentation of results for the "Term of Office for SVLUG President/Vice-President" poll. The choices for "I'm willing to run" are merged into the "this choice is OK" options in this analysis of the results.

You can vote in the other poll, but not this one.

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Ballot for Term of Office for SVLUG President/Vice-President (Sept 2004) - alternate presentation
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The tradition is 2-year terms. Don't change it.
No, 2-year terms are too long.
The terms should be changed to 1-year terms.
No, 1-year terms are too short.
Borrow a system from a local IEEE chapter - the president-elect serves as assistant to the president for a year before actually becoming president for a year.
No, don't use the IEEE system because that's the purpose of the VP, and it doesn't bring an elected candidate to office immediately.
Use "1" for your first choice,
"2" for your second choice, and so on.
Leave entries blank if you do not wish to cast a vote for them.

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