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Voting

Common Struggle Online Voting Policy

Common Struggle use an online voting process as follows:

1) Member, supporter, or committee (the proposer) puts out a draft proposal for review or comment. Proposal is clearly listed as a draft.

2) The proposal enters a week long discussion period. During the discussion period, amendments are proposed. If the proposer agrees with the amendment, it is considered a "friendly amendments" and incorporated by the proposer. If not, the following steps are taken:

2a) Whoever wants the amendment first tries to work out a compromise with the proposer.

We're Not Voting, We're Fighting!

Originally posted on Ideas and Action -- ideasandaction.info

We’re not voting, we’re fighting!
Anarchists and the 2012 US Elections

By Adam Quinn

It’s always been easy for anarchists to demonstrate the absurdity of the US elections since the two major parties have had very few actual differences. Though each party has been using more heated and divisive rhetoric in recent months, Obama’s continuation of many Bush-era policies indicates our essentially one-party system remains intact.

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