“And your 2015-2016 Future Business Leaders of America President is…” Mrs. H, our advisor, paused for suspense. In the ten seconds that Mrs. H paused, a whirlwind of thoughts went through my head. I thought this was it. The culmination of all the sleepless nights and immense amount of stress throughout the past weeks, this is the moment I would find out if it had all paid off. In those ten seconds, I bent over my trembling knees, held my red, sweaty hands to my head praying that my name would be called. In those ten seconds, I felt my friends and supporters eyes glaring on me and the tension increasing as I just stared at the ground, thinking, Please, please, please, please, let everything I have worked for all these weeks, months, and ears lead to this victory. Bindi you got this. You can win this-no, I will win this.
The Original Negotiation First, Peggy Fischer met with the board members, and sought out their advice. The board members want to
boards all have same spirit about how we can help people and so I have no doubt that those board members that I've met can all help me.
The primary election for the Eastern Band of Cherokee Indians is to be held Thursday, September 3, 2015. This momentous occasion happens every four years. The elected chief and officials, such as council members, can run for office for as long as they see fit, for there is no term limit. Our past chief, Michell Hicks, was in office three consecutive terms for a total of twelve years. This year Hicks has decided to step down and the new candidates for chief are Patrick Lambert and Gene “Tunney” Crowe. These new candidates must be able to fill the role of a generous and successful leader to those of the Cherokee nation. The platforms of both Lambert and Crowe are used to persuade the public to vote in their favor and are extremely versed in the
Deciding to run for the Texas State Senate, was a life-changing decision. The effort I had to put into this campaign was extraordinarily time-consuming, but the end is almost near, and I know it will all be worth it. Running for office in Texas will not only cost thousands of dollars, but the number of votes will also matter to me. By the end of this campaign, I am sure I will not only win the elections for the people but also change the perspective of my voters. Because I know if you have the materials needed to succeed, you will achieve.
Leading the Global Awareness Club during this time, our topics focused heavily on the election. An avid social activist at heart; I was keenly aware of the political process impact on society, but was more prone to all things international. While I nurtured a passion for politics, especially for our club discussion; the possibility of venturing into the field was fantastical. Why? Representation and examples. There is a homogenous demographic in Congress, so why risk a career to venture into a field that was notorious for glass ceilings and covert
P.S. I wanted to mention, and it may be my miss communication, Jim Williams is an advisory board member, and not the chairman. Our chairman is Frank
I am dedicated and committed to moving our community and our country in a directions that embraces and celebrates our differences. I want to be a part of the changes that create a healthier future for our children. I want a stronger economy that doesn't compromise the health of our planet. As your E-Board rep and delegate, I will work hard to get lawmakers to enact policites with these values. I will fight for Tulare
First off I want to say that I am very happy to see all of you here. I am going to use this time to announce my candidacy for Senate. After much deliberation I have decided to leave the House of Representatives after my three terms and run for a position in the United States Senate. I believe that I am the right candidate for this position for several reasons. First of all, I was in the House for six years, because of this I understand how the institution is run from the inside, and I understand the problems of the Senate. I believe that this is a very important aspect when running for the Senate. Second I realize that Congress has some fundamental problems, that come from individual goals as well as institutional goals, and I want to take
Does America Want Donald Trump? Speculations about America’s future are flying through the air of this great nation with the upcoming end to Barack Obama’s presidency. The 2016 Presidential Election has a lot of the nation on their feet as they choose wisely who they want their next president to be.
Why would you go through the trouble of electing a new chief when you can just stick with me, Ralph? Why would you risk people having new conflicts that were not existing before? Why would you (rhetorical question) change the entire system of things when everything is working? I am not sure why anyone would want to elect a new chief when you have a perfect contender right in front of you. In the past, I might have gotten a bit carried away with the fact that we were going to be rescued, but now I have come to reality and have better plans for us. I have both the mental abilities as well as physical abilities, which make me the best candidate for chief. I am the best candidate for chief because the little’uns look up to me which is necessary for being chief. Vote for Ralph because I will make sure we will not starve, always make sure we are able to be rescued, and make
OK, so I know you guys want to get back to class, so I keep it brief. *Wink and nod no* most of you probably remember me best for tripping over my feet and falling into the ground wherever I go. After getting over those many embarrassments, I decided I
And now, for the first time, you will engage from a position of power, authority, and influence with a clearly superior message that easily sways the
Good Evening Ladies and Gentlemen, First and foremost, thank you for being here in support of the student government association. I want to thank our amazing dean Edina for encouraging me to run for vice president of SGA. Many people have asked me why I am running for vice president. Would you ask a fifth grader if he is going to go to the 6th grade? No right because they have to keep going to the next level. Ever since I came to the University of Bridgeport, I constantly looked for ways to become more involved and to keep having an impact in the university. Every year, here at the University of Bridgeport I am involved in something new. Whether it's being an OL, President of a Club or even starting a chapter/club which is known as the food recovery network, with the help of my peers. The food recovery network have recovered more than 300 pounds of food that would otherwise have been thrown out.
In order to become a member of this committee, an individual who meets the qualifications would be nominated by the Board, upon the recommendation of the Nominating Corporate Governance Committee; this process occurs annually. Members of this committee are Gregory D. Brenneman, Albert (Al) Carey, Armando Codina, Helena B. Foulkes, and Bonnie G. Hill.