Vote 5 was withdrawn, I assume because they knew it wouldnt pass. What are the current policies for withdrawing a submittted proposal, I think there should be a way to force proposals that would have been voted down to at least be snapshotted with the vote count when it was withdrawn, while still allowing a proposal that perhaps was submitted wrong or needs to be tweaked to be withdrawn and resubmitted. Since if only seen silence from Harvards vote withdrawal, I can only assume it was withdrawn because it wouldnt pass.
Thats a problem. Should votes be allowed to be withdrawn on the last day of the vote?
Perhaps a timelock of 3 days after a vote is submitted as the withdrawal period is appropriate.