UKC Forum Member
Registered: Aug 2004
Location: Chattanooga, Tn
Tarbaby, that is the problem with voting. Some areas of the country have 2-3 times as many hunters so they can dictate how the hunts/rules are in the rest of the country. For instance, your area will never influence how the hunts are in Indiana but they can determine how the hunts are run in Oklahoma and Texas. UKC has just realized this and done something about it. Each club can determine what type of hunt to have, how long it should be and what entry fee to set. This is a great start. Now if you don't like how the hunts are run, join the club's and help make those decicions.
Letting the Breed Association Reps vote on rule changes is UKC's attempt at an electoral college. That is why the rule change vote is not always the popular vote.
Last edited by Richard Lambert on 05-12-2019 at 01:48 PM
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