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Please find below a memo from the KPFT Local Election Supervisor Natalie Ortiz on the confirmed candidates for the 2015 KPFT Local Station Board election.
The list below is the preliminary total number of voters at each Pacifica station. The list will now be “cleaned” of duplicates, removal of station management from staff lists and ran through a National Change of Address (NCOA) system. A final report on the station membership report will be published after this process is complete.
My core philosophy is balance. Too often nowadays we find our country split by people with unwavering opinions as well as bandwagon hoppers, both limiting themselves to solutions. Without a balance of being skeptical and open minded there is no reason to even have a good argument. Complacency in ones opinions allows for core values
I hope to add a little style and grace to the Local Station Board as well as a little more honesty to the KPFT commitment to making sounds on air to sizzle and cool as needed. Cliff Smith Optional Questions
Hello. My name is Mike A. Lewis. I am running as a Staff Candidate for the Local Station Board for KPFT 90.1FM. I ran for the LSB in 2013 as a Listener Candidate. For the past year I have filled a LSB position of a resigned member. The LSB voted to have me fill the
Pacifica and KPFT are facing serious financial challenges, continued lack of proper oversight could result in bankruptcy, and the foundation could be dissolved. I will work hard to keep us fiscally viable, by implementing professional business practices, that will save not only the foundation, but the jobs of our employees. My primary goal is to
I wish to throw my hat in the ring as a candidate for one of the ‘staff’ positions. I am a long time supporter and listener of KPFT. I have produced two Open Journal programs. I have volunteered on a regular basis for the past 8 years, doing phone work, attending and helping at events,
Hello. I am Larry Snellings a long time Listener and Supporter since March 1970. I am stepping up to the challenge to make this a better organization to serve the Members-the Listeners – and the Community that makes up the broad diversity that has become what KPFT is today. I have worked on other 501c
I am Don Cook, and I hope to return to the KF Local Station Board. I little suspected when I resigned from the board to pursue matters which would have constituted a conflict of interest that my return would be delayed by the postponing of board elections. Advocating radical democracy, I am appalled by its