The ByLaws page should now reflect the final revision of our ByLaws as amended July 25, 2019.
I have just received the final draft of our updated ByLaws and I’m in the process of updating the ByLaws page. That page will contain the status of my changes while I am updating the text.
I’ve been on a kind of extended outing involving travels to internet-less locations. Now that I’m home I’d hoped to have brought the website to greater heights content wide. Hasn’t happened … yet … but I just now heard my name and praises for the site so I guess I better get off my keister …
I made a mistake in assuming I can edit the pages from my iPad. In doing so I’ve managed to corrupt the structure causing some sections to display in the wrong areas on the page. It will be fixed tonight. Edit: ok, that was easy. The Vote page issue has been corrected.
Information on the upcoming November election has been added to the Vote page and updates to the calendar have been made with the latest Meet and Greet specifics.
A set of changes to our ByLaws has been proposed and to be honest I don’t know the status of their approval. I do know we had gotten at least some way thru the review and approval process but I just don’t know if that’s complete. Once I know I will update our website with …
I’m back from my travels and plan on spending some quality time with our web site. Expect updates soon.
I’ve taken a bit of a breather and haven’t been updating the site here of late. I’ll be back in the “office” sometime mid-September so don’t expect to see many of an updates until then.
Using the El Paso terrorist’s manifesto, I connected the dots for folks still having trouble doing that. This is just the first page. pic.twitter.com/mQcW3doGNF — Brandon Friedman (@BFriedmanDC) August 4, 2019
I can’t get enough of that nickname. On the plus side, McConnell apparently doesn’t like it much. Hours after the El Paso shooting, Mitch McConnell proudly tweeted this photo. I find it so troubling that our politics have become so nasty and personal that the Senate Majority Leader thinks it’s appropriate to use imagery of …