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Candice Williams

Candice Williams
General Information
Name: Candice Williams
Affiliation: Rufus King High School
Join Time: September 13, 2016 at 01:17PM EST
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Debating Statistics
Wins: 0 (0 are Byes)
Losses: 0 (0 are Forfeits)
Average Points (Out of 30): 0 (0 total)
*Opponent Wins: 0
*Opponent Points: 0
Judging Statistics
Total Rounds Judged: 4
Average Points Given (Out of 30): 17.3
Voted Proposition In: 50% of rounds
Voted Opposition In: 50% of rounds
Average Length of Notes (Characters): 3589.5 (14358 total)
Current: None

Binghamton University's 5th Annual Online Debate Tournament


Round 2

Round 3

*Does not count opponents in bye or forfeit rounds.

About Me: I was a policy debater at Cornell University from 2004-2007. I am currently a master's student at the University of Wisconsin at Milwaukee and I work as an assistant debate coach at Rufus King High School in Milwaukee.
Judge Philosophy: I am open to most arguments and presentation styles(including performance affs and kritiks) but you need to do the work for me. Topicality is a voting issue and never a reverse voting issue. Debates should be reasonable and provide equitable ground. If you are an AFF and someone is running a K against you, it is your responsibility to engage the K and rigorously challenge the ALT and its solvency. Similarly, if you are a NEG running a K, then you need to explain how your argument (framework or otherwise) interacts with the 1AC arguments; DO THE LINK WORK FOR ME! I will not do extensive impact analysis for teams who don't put the effort in the round. Thus, I will always lean in favor of the team who does a better job of explaining their arguments and how their arguments interact with the opposing teams. I generally don't vote for arguments that are "dropped" on one sheet if they are adequately answered by work elsewhere on the flow.

I generally only dock speaker points for debaters who engage in malicious ad hominem or cross reading/clipping.
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