To the Editors:
There has been a lot of advocacy in this paper recently in favor of having a revote on the Miller-Driscoll renovation project. I think we need to think long and hard about whether this is a precedent that we want to set. Election day has always been about collectively making decisions, even if by only a single vote. Do we really want to have our future votes subject to nullification if the election is close? Shouldn’t election day mean something?