Reminder: Vote in the Ubuntu Community Council Election

Elections are an important opportunity for people to select who will represent them. That is the case in national elections as well as those for the Ubuntu Community. Currently there is an ongoing election for the Ubuntu Community Council and if you are an Ubuntu Member you have an opportunity to select the people who will serve on the Community Council. Last election 299 votes were cast out of 732 eligible voters. That is an election turnout of 41%. I am posting this as a reminder to all Ubuntu Members to cast their vote. It would be great to have a better turnout this election.

You Can Do It!The current candidates are:

Our current turnout is 32% and there are eight days left to vote. Remember to vote! Lets ROCK the election!

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2 Responses to Reminder: Vote in the Ubuntu Community Council Election

  1. 234.56? Where did the .56 vote come in? 🙂

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