Below you’ll find candidate statements from individuals who are running for the Rural Counties At-Large Executive Board positions. Please review these statements ahead of the State Convention voting period. Candidates are listed alphebetically by last name.
Thank you for considering me as a Rural Counties Executive Board At-Large Member. I believe I can be a great asset to the current E-Board and bring fresh outlook to most matters that arise.
One of my favorite ways to work is to look outside of that comfy box and find a way to make it work. I had to do this for 37 years running a nonprofit advocating for mental ill children, I did a lot of working out of the box for those kids. I can usually do the same in most situations.
I work well with everyone and have a love for people. I do not have a huge ego, “When faced with adversity, I am able to resolve and move forward.”
My biggest pet peeve is someone not being heard, I think everyone has a voice and should have a chance to use it. I will go to bat when I feel someone is not being heard or is being bullied.
I thank you for your consideration,
Kathaleen (Kelly) Fitzpatrick
I am Michael Greedy and I am asking for your vote to be your rural’s at-large STATE executive board voting member.
I am more than ten years into serving our Democrat party as: a recurring donor, county chair, platform communities, county central committee member, STATE central committee member and a rural’s at-large voting member of the STATE executive board.
I have professional experience in government and public utilities including computer systems, systems implementation and expert witness testimony.
I will champion:
a state-wide program for letter writing,
education programs for influencing public opinion,
remote sites for our STATE central committee meetings,
replacing the present caucus in favor of a fire house caucus or a primary,
better financial statements,
improvements in the VoteBuilder system including data quality,
rigorous documentation and controls on data processing, and
improving communication among ourselfs, our staff and our STATE party officials.
As one of your rural at-large board members for the last two years, I have attended every in person board meeting and missed only one telephone meeting. As I committed to everyone when elected, I listened to rural constituents and brought their concerns to the board when they were expressed to me. I objected to ending video conference locations for central committee meetings, advocating instead to fix the problems and expand their reach to more locations. I pushed for caucus sites to have paper back-up for early vote counts, rather than rely exclusively on technology. I voted against the state convention rules that would put all national delegates on one ballot; the DNC subsequently told the state party that they couldn’t do that. I have also objected to calls for last-minute votes via email. We need time to consider what we are voting for.
If I am re-elected, I will continue to listen to my constituents and advocate for fairness and transparency. I will thoughtfully consider all matters that come before the board and their effect on rural Nevada. I would like to see the Vote Builder software used to help elect our candidates rather than being a source of revenue for the State Party.
It has been an honor to serve as your representative on the executive board these last two years. I would appreciate your vote to continue in this position.
To whom it may concern,
I have been too busy organizing and participating in the Black Lives Matter protest to keep up on my candidate statements.
This is my statement.