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Friday, January 13, 2006

 

DH: Democratic Party Executive Committee meets - Jan. 13

Abilene - The Democratic Party Taylor County Executive Committee (CEC) met this morning, and 9 of the total 14 members, including the chair, were present, the highest quorum in years.
 
Precinct Chair David Dillman (a former county chair) volunteered to act as temporary secretary in the absence of the CEC secretary, Sharon Norman.
 
The CEC assisted in drawing lots ballot positions for all contested races on the primary election March 7.  Two of the four candidates for County Commissioner, Precinct 2, were present and drew lots for themselves, those two being Luther Webb and incumbent Corky Cox.  The other two candidates are Bob Hammond and Dwayne Tucker. 
 
The CEC is reviewing the list of committees for the 2004 County Convention and making recommendations for 2006 members.  The committees besides the arrangements committee are: credentials, rules, permanent organization, nominations and resolutions.
 
The CEC voted on the theme "raising up new leaders," with the idea that prior chairs would be senior advisors and recommend younger or less experienced committee members this year.
 
New precinct chair Lara Carlin volunteered to chair the arrangements committee for the county convention in March, along with Carroll Chapman as the senior advisor, and David Dillman, Lois Rockefeller and Alice Spier serving with her.
 
Haigler & Washburn sign primary-election contractAfter the meeting, county chair Dave Haigler, left, met with his Republican counterpart, Paul Washburn, second left, and Elections Administrator Kristi Allyn, right, and notary Charlotte Keesee, second right, for the purpose of signing the contract for the March 7 joint primary election in Taylor County.  Click on picture to enlarge.
 
 
Presented by Dave Haigler
Abilene, Texas
 
Dave@Haigler.Clearwire.net
lawfirm webpage: www.haigler.info
political blog:  http://demlog.blogspot.com 

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