It “Seams” the Poll’s Been Fixed: Vote for Sci Li Chairs

Let's try this voting thing again...

When we posted about the new chairs in Sci Li earlier this week, you readers were quick and eager to submit your votes via text or online. So eager, in fact, that you surpassed the polling system’s submission limit of 40 votes. Congrats! But do not despair: a new polling system has been installed, which means new numbers to text and codes to enter online.

The *new* codes for each amaze-tastic model are:

Swift: 17764
Puzzle: 17765
Reno: 17766

Text these codes to the (new!) number 650-515-3033 or enter them at the (new!) link here.

It’s unclear whether the votes from the previous system will be counted towards the final results or not, so if you still want your opinion to be heard, vote today! The deadline to submit your vote is midnight on Friday, October 12th.

View a bar graph of the results here.

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7 thoughts on “It “Seams” the Poll’s Been Fixed: Vote for Sci Li Chairs

  1. Andrew Klein

    Don’t blame TheMadness, folks, blame me. Through a combination of incomplete vetting and misleading information, the polls I have tried to run have been shutting themselves down too early. To answer dsf: it’s hard if you’re an overworked library employee with a dozen other things to do and you’re just trying to run something fast and cheap to get student feedback. To TheMadness: I’m really sorry for making you look bad. To everyone else: the poll will apparently accept a few more votes now. But I don’t blame you for seeing this as The Boy Who Cried Wolf and God knows it will probably shut down again in 15 minutes.

    1. The_Madness

      Unfortunately, I’m not the one making the polls; those are set up by the SciLi staff. But I enjoy occasional bridge-lurking just as much as the next troll.

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