On the Cinco de Mayo Challenge

5 May

According to UAW Local 2865 Presidential candidate Daraka Larimore-Hall’s latest post/rant, the “shut[ing] down or cancel[lation]” of “balloting locations” “without notice” is sufficient grounds to invalidate the entire vote cast by the workers of an institution represented by the UAW. In other words, it is not the voter’s fault, but who cares?

The rumor is USEJ is challenging every UC Berkeley box again.

UCGRADSTRIKE hereby challenges both sides (USEJ and AWDU) to make public their challenges and reasons for challenge so that the public may understand just what kind of nonsense is really taking place inside that little room to which only a few are allowed entrance.

And, by “challenge” we do not mean to negotiate for a general statement, we want itemized lists, challenge by challenge.

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2 Responses to “On the Cinco de Mayo Challenge”

  1. Jason Ball May 5, 2011 at 11:42 pm #

    Let the chips fall where they may.

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  1. Challenged! « ucgradstrike - May 16, 2011

    […] seems like our Cinco de Mayo challenge was answered, although not very clearly. As you probably already know, all challenges brought up […]

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