The Morning After The Revolution?

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  1. Josh says:

    If 0&B would have gotten 50 more votes in C and 50 more in D, we would have won 26 seats.
    Combine that with the rumors that Greeks were filling out affidavits saying they lived in C & D in order to change the out come. We are investigating the affidavits.

    I’ll post the numbers later tonight.

  2. Ken says:

    Damn, that’s impressive for a crew that doesn’t appear to have any support from the usual suspects (greeks, college councils, etc.).

    Look forward to hearing more about your feat – and watching you guys take them on in the Spring! (You guys should set O&B up on Paypal – j/k.)

  3. DM says:

    You do realize they campaigned door-to-door, illegally. O&B broke a massive amount of campaign rules, based their campaign on slanderous remarks against the Gator Party.

    People didn’t vote for O&B because they thought O&B was going to do great things for the student body. People voted because they saw them as the lesser of two evils. Students were brainwashed into believing the Gator Party is an evil, corrupt group. If those e-mails published in the alligator WERE true, they were probably taken out of context to make Gator Party look bad.

    There was certainly a great deal of foul play with this election and it was mostly one sided. O&B doesn’t deserve the seats they got.

    On a side note, Greeks didn’t illegally change their addresses. I overheard some O&B person talking about it and the only true evidence he had was hearsay. It never happened.

    On yet ANOTHER note, O&B is supported by a student group. They are supported by SDS and just happened to fill their slate with members of SDS in order to gain their support. This sounds a lot like the accusations of what Gator does. Hmm…maybe its just politics, and you O&B people just bitch because you have no friends. I don’t know.

  4. Jesus says:

    And, pray tell, why would the Alligator run emails they thought weren’t legit? That opens them up to massive legal liability (just like FBK learned with the Grapski case).

    And for the love of God and all that is holy, campaigning door-to-door is not illegal if you do it properly.

  5. haha89 says:

    It’s illegal if you post flyers on doors in the residence halls without the permission of the owner of the room or housing. Is that improper enough for ya?

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