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Vote Sugar Kyle for CSMX!

Link to CSMX voting - Fill it in yourself! You don't need no recommendations!


Link to selecting just Sugar Kyle - Add the others in as you will.

Remember to redeem your diplomatic shuttle in game! They available to all accounts. Hopefully all these links work. The list will autopopulate for you for each account that you log in after you build your first if the links don't work. Voting goes until March the tenth. See my endorsement list for links to more resources.

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  1. Any ballot with Sugar Kyle in the number one spot is a good ballot. All my accounts have voted, and I followed your ticket suggestions!

    Best of luck in the election. The CSM (and Eve) will be lucky to have you for another year.

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  2. A concerned MinmatarFebruary 25, 2015 at 1:47 PM

    Just spent 2 hours composing the perfect ballot. The only thing which didn't take time was Sugar Kyle #1!

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  3. three times done; Mike, Sugar, Steve

    Now I can un-sub 2 and return quietly to my shaded lounge and jukebox of 70's ballads. "...Sailors fighting in the dance hall, Oh man! Look at those cavemen go, It's the freakiest show..."

    Best of Luck Sugar. (the first link worked just fine, thank you).

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  4. Is there a deeper reason Mike Azariah is on your endorsement list, but not part of your voting slate?

    Anyway, I passed the test and added him manually :)

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  5. Thank you for the support everyone. I appreciate it.

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  6. Girl power!

    http://youtu.be/cOCtlMCA42Y
    Well done, sister Sugar Kyle!

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