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    Mr. Less
    Member

    The Coalition for the Abolition of Parties and the Reign of Free Thought is now splitting up into 3 entities so we can better represent all who wish to run. Each branch will nominate its own candidates.

    This is Branch 3.
    Members
    Mr. Less
    Gray Scale
    Dragoon
    Treetah
    Hoogiman

    If others wish to join our cause, please do not hesitate to do so. We expect our members to make up their own minds, and to vote for whichever candidate they agree with the most.

    #265868

    When the does the next edition come out? It’s getting a bit like Microsoft…

    Legoman182182.

    #267577
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    Aled Owen
    Member

    What is the point of this crap!?

    It’s getting a bit like Microsoft…

    Yeah it is.

    -Aled

    #267587
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    Ladon
    Member

    Looks like you guys aren’t too happy about not getting a member elected, so you’re branching out to try and get even more possible candidates.

    #267590
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    Watson
    Member

    That’s partially correct. These three legally separate parties were created to prevent cases like we had last election, when Monko was unable to run, simply because he wasn’t nominated (even though he had good plans and dedication).

    If you think about it, this format does little to help any single candidate from any of the entities. First of all, our former party is now split into three, each of which could nominate a candidate. This dilutes our membership, and crowds up the races. Furthermore, We are quite clear in stating that we do not actually endorse any candidate. We only nominate candidates so that they may run, even if we don’t agree with their plans — and we make it clear to our members that they are to vote individually on who they feel is best for the position.

    This format is not beneficial to us. In fact, it’s beneficial to the other parties, who do not have a policy of encouraging their voters to vote individually.

    #267596
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    Ladon
    Member

    Ah, I understand now. Three branches of the same political party with the same basic principles. Each branch can put forth a candidate, but each one will be running for essentially the same party.
    Not too shabby!

    Why three though? I would have settled with two, but I suppose it’s better to have too many than too few.

    #267679
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    Mr. Less
    Member

    It just worked out that way, we had 15 members, and each party requires 5.

    #267756
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    Ladon
    Member

    Ah, right right. What happens if two people in one group of five both want to run in one election? Omfg, controversy? Or will they just switch to one of the other parties?

    #419453
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    Brix_Lover
    Member

    Well,it’s about nominating whoever wants to run. You don’t have to be in one of our parties to be nominated by us — you could be in another party entirely. We aren’t concerned about that.

    #419714
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    Rakibul Hasan
    Participant

    Cant join i am not at your country. If i were there must join your crew

    Thank you,
    Jamelucky7

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