Hello All Local Election Station Board Participants! This is a friendly reminder that your completed nomination packages along with your signed cover sheet– stating that you have read the Fair Campaign Provision Statement- and your petition signature lists are all due this Sunday, July 26th at 8:00pm. Please make sure that your word count on

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WPFW Local Election Supervisor David Levine is now accessible by phone and email. You may contact him at 240-343-5174 or through email at wpfw-les@pacifica.org. Also just as a reminder, all interested candidates and members are invited to the WPFW station at 1990 K Street; Suite 14R Washington, DC 20005 on the following dates and times

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Please be advised that the candidate nomination period has been extended to Sunday, July 26, 2015 at 8:00 PM local station time. If you are interested in running for the Local Station Board please contact the Local Election Supervisor, Gene Johnson, at wbai-les@pacifica.org or 347-927-0701 or visit the elections website elections.pacifica.org. All interested candidates and

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David Levine has helped administer elections at the federal, state, and local levels. At the United States Election Assistance Commission, he reviewed grants and analyzed state and federal processes for certifying electronic voting equipment. At the Washington, DC Board of Elections, he recommended and formulated policies and strategies on election operations, human resource management, voter

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Nelsy Batista is a proud mother of a two-year old who dedicates her time as a consultant and parent/child advocate for childcare and early education as well as workforce development in the City of Oakland, CA. With 10 years of experience in both political campaigning and issues based campaigning; voter education and voter registration has

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Coohtunich “Cookie” Partansky  is a dedicated, cosmopolitan, tech-savvy, second generation Angeleno. She is passionate about human rights, migration issues and poverty alleviation. Working for numerous years in the Parks and Recreation Department for the City of Carson, she was able to develop her organizational skills in planning multiple large-scale events for a diverse community. Partansky is an avid volunteer dedicating

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Natalie Ortiz is a graduate of the University of Houston, where she earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Creative Writing. When she’s not slamming poetry or writing magazine articles, you may find her being creatively inspired at an outdoor festival or art show. She is a lifelong member of Houston’s Northside community and is the current

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Gene A. Johnson, Jr. has nearly twenty years experience in the Alternative Dispute Resolution (ADR) field as a mediator, conflict consultant, trainer and administrator. Mr. Johnson brings a varied and broad base of procedural knowledge, as well as logic and analytic skills, to resolve disputes. He is known for his ability to help parties get to

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