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Write In Carl Stevenson, WK3C




 
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Paul, K2ORC
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« on: September 15, 2005, 01:16:55 PM »

I am a member of the ARRL who resides in the Atlantic Division, and I think that Carl Stevenson, WK3C got the shaft when he was told by the League that he would not be allowed to run for Atlantic Division Director.  Because of that, I will be writing in Carl's name when I receive my ballot and I hope some of you in the Atlantic Division who feel the same way will do likewise.

If you haven't done so, please take some time to read these two sets of documents: 

http://www.wa3vjb.com/pics/WK3C_Appeal.pdf

http://www.wa3vjb.com/pics/WK3C_Denied.pdf


My decision to write in Carl's name is based on wanting to do something to protest what was done to Carl. I will not stand by and simply accept the selected slate of officers that the ARRL is attempting to force feed me.

I will write in Carl's name on the Atlantic Division ballot because I believe that he belongs on the ballot so the voters -- not a bunch of people operating in secret -- can decide whether hel should be the Atlantic Division Director.

I hope that those in the Atlantic Division who feel as I do about what was done to the election process will join in writing in Carl Stevenson WK3C for Atlantic Division Director. 

Paul, K2ORC
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