Unfortunately the California LP's Executive Committee apparently defeated two out of three of Alan's motions, even though the resolution itself had more support than opposition. From LPC Secretary Gale Morgan:
Copy of email sent to Ex-Comm members:
Dear Ex-Comm Member,
I hope you had a very enjoyable Thanksgiving day.
I have results for the three motions that have been out for consideration:
Motion 1, Resolution: Yeas: 5, Nays: 4, Abstain: 4, Not voting: 1, Not participating: 3
Motion 2, Effect: Yeas: 8, Nays: 3, Abstain: 2, Not voting: 1. not participating: 3
Motion 3, Distribution: Yeas: 3, Nays: 6, Abstain: 4, Not voting: 1, Not participating: 3
Motion 1, Resolution: Fail
Motion 2, Effect: Pass
Motion 3, Distribution: Fail
A full spreadsheet will be available at the Ex-Comm meeting on the 4th.
Gale Morgan, Secretary
Libertarian Party of California
Thanks to the usual secrecy, I can't tell you how individual members voted. All the "abstain", "not voting", and "not participating" tallies sure don't appear to say much for the group's collective spine or lack thereof though -- although in some cases people may have had more respectable reasons.
Love & Liberty,
((( starchild )))