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Ketchikan Democrats Comment on Caucus Process & Selection of Delegates


February 21, 2008

Ketchikan, Alaska - The Ketchikan Democrats met Sunday, February 17, with a full agenda after having they reported experiencing an overwhelming response to their caucus process on February 9. The first order of business was to elect new officers since two of the officers, the Chair and Vice-Chair, are no longer Ketchikan residents.

After voting to combine the positions of Secretary and Treasurer those elected were: Chair Amos Hopkins, Vice-Chair Gerry Knasiak and Secretary/TreasurerKatie Leese. The second order of business was the selection of delegates who will attend the Delegate Convention to be held in Palmer from May 23-25, 2008.

Delegate representation is predicated on the outcome of the caucus results according to information provided by Gerry Knasiak. There will be, therefore, six Obama delegates and two Clinton delegates.

The final selection of delegates will take place at the next meeting which will be on Sunday, March 2 ,at 2p.m. at the IBEW Hall in Ketchikan.



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