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Re: AIS: Judges Ballots

On 8 Jul 2003 at 14:38, Catherine Button wrote:

> Letter to the AIS Bulletin Editor and the AIS . . .

> In case my poor verse does not carry the message, I would dearly love to 
> see the due date for the judges ballot for the AIS awards be moved to a 
> later date. It certainly was a late season of iris bloom this year here 
> in New Jersey zone 6b, and it served to show how nearly impossible it 
> would be to ever vote a ballot in time if I lived in zone 4 or the like!
    I think this bloom season was unusually late or extended all over the country this 

   And, if memory serves me correctly, the judges ballot used to be due July 15th  
when I first started voting.  

  No doubt about it, an electronic vote would be wonderful.  

Walter Moores
Enid Lake, MS USA 7/8 (Schreiner's order arrived today with some very nice looking 

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