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Comment: No, the ammendment to unbind

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No, the ammendment to unbind

No, the ammendment to unbind all delegates did NOT pass, and it was not seconded by Medina that I recall. I believe the ammendment was ruled out of order. Medina seconded the ammendment to rule 34 which had to do with making quorum to elect the state chairman. It basically said that we couldn't elect the chair until quorum had been made, a majority of registered delegates present, and if there weren't enought delegates then alternates could be seated to make quorum. State business rules only, folks.

They even said that if we were able to pass an ammendment to unbind delegates, it would not go into effect this election cycle. Something about state or federal election code approval.