I dunno why Pitlamp necro'd this thread after it was dead for a month but maybe you lot could pack it in with the sly comments and bitching?
Quote"Rostam who?" was a frequent question I had to answer too; it looks like we both need to improve our image!I don't know if you're doing this on purpose but this sort of playground insult is beginning to look quite catty when accompanied by the "sore winner" speech back in the thread. I dunno why Pitlamp necro'd this thread after it was dead for a month but maybe you lot could pack it in with the sly comments and bitching? Doesn't make you look good and doesn't do you any good - trust me.
"Rostam who?" was a frequent question I had to answer too; it looks like we both need to improve our image!
Quote from: nearlywhite on November 03, 2021, 01:26:44 pmwith 53% of the voteI don't think I've heard it mentioned here, but if 619 ballots were returned, does that mean that only about 1/10th of BCA's membership actually engaged with the ballot for what ever reasons.(Assuming BCA is still sitting around the 6k mark on members... I don't know if there is somewhere this info is publicly available?)Taking those rough figures does that actually give the incoming Chair about 1/20th support of the membership of BCA?I really struggle to see why in this day and age, why the vote engagement of BCA is actually that low, especially when the average turnout for General Elections is 67.3%.(I know there is more incentive to vote for national government than the BCA but still...)
Good thing you didn't get your voting token then if you didn't understand what you're voting on ;-)
Probably, a lot like me did not get any ballot papers, was it by post or by e-mail I guess they could have been in my e-mail junk?
But how many people actually got their papers I wonder, was request read receipt turned on?
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