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In a [[speech]] [[contest]], a [[protest]] may be lodged for lack of eligibility or originality.  Only voting [[judges]] and [[contestants]] are allowed to protest. The [[Speech Contest Rulebook]] lays out procedures for handling a protest.
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In a [[speech contest]], a [[protest]] may be lodged for lack of eligibility or originality.  Only voting [[judge]]s and [[contestant]]s are allowed to protest. The [[Speech Contest Rulebook]] lays out procedures for handling a protest.
  
Leaving the speaking area is not a matter for protest, but rather a factor inthe scoring of the speech by [[judges]].
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Leaving the speaking area is not a matter for protest, but rather a factor in the scoring of the speech by [[judge]]s.
  
 
See also [[Chief Judge]] and [[disqualification]].
 
See also [[Chief Judge]] and [[disqualification]].

Latest revision as of 07:33, 30 June 2016

In a speech contest, a protest may be lodged for lack of eligibility or originality. Only voting judges and contestants are allowed to protest. The Speech Contest Rulebook lays out procedures for handling a protest.

Leaving the speaking area is not a matter for protest, but rather a factor in the scoring of the speech by judges.

See also Chief Judge and disqualification.