CSM 12 Voting Opens

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Voting for the 12th Council of Stellar Management opens today, and runs until March 26, with the results announced on April 6 during the keynote at Fanfest.

There are 64 candidates on the ballot, with the full list available here.

CCP have created a video this year to explain how to vote for those who have not done it before:

For those wanting to know a little bit more about the candidates, our very own Matterall has done a lot of interviews, which you can find here.

Statecraft has also done 6 debates, organised by Lazuli Loto, Doomchinchilla and myself, and hosted/moderated by JeffRaider, the links for these debates can be found here and here.

For those wondering how the nullsec blocs are voting:

The Imperium Ballot
Sullen Decimus
The Judge
Yukiko Kami
rhiload Feron-drake
Commander Aze
Dancul 1001

CO2/TEST Ballot
The Judge
Sullen Decimus
Steve Ronuken
Capri Sun Kraft-Foods
Scylus Black

Provibloc Ballot
Carbon Alabel
Sullen Decimus
The Judge
Rhiload Feron-Drake
Gecko Hareka
bardghost isu
Steve Ronuken
Capri Sun Kraft-Foods

This year, there is also a highsec ticket, comprising Toxic Yaken, Roedyn and Commander Aze.

The voting forms can be found here so get all your Omegas logged in, and get voting!


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  • Matterall

    Thanks Rhivre!!

    March 6, 2017 at 8:57 PM
  • Nice. I’ve been looking for this list.

    March 7, 2017 at 12:35 AM
  • Daniel Journeaux

    Moved up 4 slots in a year, things are moving on up!!! Commander Aze For CSM!

    March 7, 2017 at 1:14 AM
    • Matterall Daniel Journeaux

      Yeah the Imperium put out a truncated version first, then later expanded it to fit all of their endorsements.

      I think Aze was put on there for being open to all points of view, even though he’s not affiliated with Imperium directly.

      March 7, 2017 at 6:42 PM
  • Kael Decadence

    Also… vote for Kael.

    March 8, 2017 at 1:35 AM
  • Jump Clone

    Time for a little bit of democracy.

    Always nice to see Eve helping the young generation to get a grasp at how things really work in real life.

    March 8, 2017 at 6:38 AM