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Re: AIS: Serious Stuff about Judges' Ballots

>it would certainly seem to make sense to have colder areas given the 
>same attention, courtesy and consideration as the warm climates.

Again, I agree, but it should be noted that regardless of whether or not 
the timing of the judge's voting is changed to accommodate the cold 
regions, these regions will never have equal representation in the voting 
process.  They can't.  There simply will never be the number of judges 
representing the cold areas as there are in the warmer climates.  I don't 
think there's anything to be done about that.  But surely the few judges 
we do have should not continue to be penalized in the voting process 
simply by virtue of their location.


USDA zone 3b, AHS zone 4 - northern MN
acidic clay soil

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