The case of the disappearing #CAC nominations


Many members will already have received their electronic or paper ballots for theincredibly importantelection of two members of the CAC (Conference Arrangements Committee). Some will not yet have theirs, but should receive them by the end of this week.

The sharp-eyed and experienced will notice something unusual about the statements by the four candidates – there are no details of the number of CLPs who have made supporting nominations for each candidate.

Here is a snap of the candidate booklet from the last CAC election, with the number of CLP nominations circled in red – every candidate had similar:

2015 cacAnd here is the 2017 version:

2017 cacNo nominations – and the same goes for all candidates.

This might be thought to be merely an oversight – but the ‘proofs’ of the statements sent to each candidate clearly had placeholders for the number of nominations, as this image taken from…

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