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I'm willing to put up a bounty to any user on here to earn the Electorate Badge and Civic Duty until end of Mai of 2016. This is basicly the most easy-to-get gold badge available on stack exchange and currently only eth and myself hold one. Let's change this. The rules are simple and there are only two:

  • Earn the Electorate Badge badge during the months of April or Mai 2016
  • Earn the Civic Duty badge during the month of Mai 2016
  • Have at least one answer on any question (needed to award the points*)

I am willing to put up 50xp of my points to anyone who makes the grade. You don't even have to acknowledge you are shooting for this, just show up and vote**. You can keep track of how many votes you've cast by looking at the bottom of your user page under the activity tab:

profile screenshot

This is the number you're looking at and it needs to equal 600. When you upvote a question this number will increase.

So basically how do you get it? Upvote questions and it's all yours. Let's get out the vote!! :D

*NOTE 1: Please make sure your answer I award on is a good one, if you only have a crap answer, I'll hold the points until you have a good one worthy of the points :-)

*NOTE 2: Down-votes also count, this is no challenge to randomly push bad content. Make your votes count where they fit best. Maybe start reviewing content here.

Shamelessly adapted from mechanics stack exchange meta.

Crossposted on reddit r/ethereum.

Update 1: Also Civic Duty is up for a reward now.

  • now wouldn't it be good if I noticed this last Month instead of now! :o) – zanzu May 27 '16 at 19:14
  • you somehow did manage to get it in-time. ;-) – Afr Jun 9 '16 at 9:02
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Thanks zanzu, Nicolas Massart and tayvano for making the Civic Duty badge in the last minute. ;-)

No Electorate badge was claimed. Next time I will announce a longer time frame. :-)

  • does this happen every year? – Achala Dissanayake Jun 11 '18 at 14:56
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    No, this is a manual process :) – Afr Jun 13 '18 at 9:13

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