Frank Lockwood has the goods
Note Lockwood’s summary. 81 standing committee votes have been revealed now; 29 remain pending or unknown. And with 54 known votes to deny consent, it appears that Forrester would need to get consent from all 29 of them.
Obviously, that’s highly unlikely. So now that the outcome has been effectively settled, it comes down to the question of how the leaders of TEC are going to try to spin this overwheming rejection of KGTF to their advantage. And what N. Michigan will do now.