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Can a candidate give their election speech even if their opponent didn't show up?


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Sure.  If the rule is that candidates are allowed to give a speech before the vote, and he's a candidate, and it's before the vote, then it seems he is allowed to give a speech.  You didn't mention the rule containing any other "unless there's only one candidate present" type of clause, so I presume there is no such clause and the guy is entitled to a speech.

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Just now, Alicia Percell said:

Sure.  If the rule is that candidates are allowed to give a speech before the vote, and he's a candidate, and it's before the vote, then it seems he is allowed to give a speech.  You didn't mention the rule containing any other "unless there's only one candidate present" type of clause, so I presume there is no such clause and the guy is entitled to a speech.

I agree. Thank you.

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