[Community-Discuss] [members-discuss] Update on legal case

Ronald F. Guilmette rfg at tristatelogic.com
Wed Jul 28 22:37:50 UTC 2021

In message <CAEqgTWa2a5_ykmau8Y1O0X2PGpTJAyXQmoB3JTesVCHj=iS0Fw at mail.gmail.com>,
Noah <noah at neo.co.tz> wrote:

>In the last board elections where Elkins defeated Paul Wolner, there were

>multiple resource members who received phone calls from HongKong asking

>them to vote for Wolner.

In my view, these allegations were never proven, and even if they
were, so what? Unless such "electioneering" is performed in a mostly
automated fashion... in which case they might well be considered to
be spammish... there's nothing illegal, immoral, or even unethical
about making calls and asking people to vote for one's preferred
candidates for some elected office. (And indeed, we here in the U.S.
are routinely inundated with such calls on a daily basis, starting
generally about two months before each local or national election.)


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