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Please note that campaigning for STC elections is now considered permissible.
Binion Amerson distributed this message to Region 5 leaders on 2/14/96:
* Candidate Campaigning. STC President Saul Carliner--in consultation
with JoAnn Hackos (1995-96 Nominating Committee Manager), Liz Babcock
(1996-97 Nominating Committee Manager), Jody Heiken, Donna Sakson, and Bill
Stolgitis--has ruled that active campaigning is permissible by the
You are correct to note that STC election discussions could
quickly overrun techwr-l if we simply open it up to active debate. When
someone asks a question concerning the election, however, we should not
be afraid to voice an opinion.
past pres, OK chapter STC
At 02:03 PM 2/28/96 -0500, Helen wrote:
>I hope this is not the start of a trend. In my humble opinion, I do not
>believe discussing the STC elections, and any endorsements is appropriate
>to this forum.
>hxh -at- formtek -dot- com
LaVonna F. Funkhouser, COREComm
lffunkhouser -at- halnet -dot- com (work)
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