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The Social Politician ™ is running for Delegate for Assembly District 15 on January 10, 2015

The Social Politician

The Social Politician

OK, it’s time to gear up for my first “election” (but it’s not really an election)!  For clarity, I am not running for an office, but I am running to represent the 15th Assembly District as a delegate to the California Democratic State Convention.  A delegate attends the annual convention, networks with other Democrats, represents the district, elects party officers,  promotes the California Democratic Party agenda, endorses candidates for statewide, legislative and congressional office, and votes to endorse resolutions and ballot measures.  For more information, please visit http://www.cadem.org/page?id=0080.

I have an extensive background as a litigation, diversity, and social media marketing consultant who resides in Assembly District 15.  I have worked in multifaceted capacities in some of the most prolific international law firms in the country, such as Morrison & Foerster, Paul Hastings, Heller Ehrman, and Holland & Knight.  My social networking prowess and capabilities have been featured on LinkedIn’s Hall of FameYahoo’s Blog, in the Examiner,CNN MoneyMarketWatch and the Wall Street Journal.  I have worked to help elect Democrats on local, state, and federal elections as a campaign manager, field organizer, fundraiser, and social media strategist.  I am curently the Executive Director of the African American Wellness Project in Oakland.  Last year, I attended the California Democratic Convention and am prepared to take on more responsibility as an elected delegate.  My passion and desire to improve our community will be reflected in my representation of your voice for our State.

 

I need registered voters who live in California Assembly District 15 to show your support by voting for me and Assembly Member Tony Thurmond‘s Slate on Saturday, January 10, 2015, from 2pm-4pm (you must be in line to register to vote by 4 pm) at the Albany Community Center, 1249 Marin Ave., Albany, CA 94706.  There is a $5 charge to cover election costs, but no one will be turned away.  Here is Tony’s Slate:

Wendy Bloom – Berkeley
Karen Weinstein – Berkeley
Jess Dervin-Ackerman – Oakland
Rita Xavier – San Pablo
Jovanka Beckles – Richmond
Raquel Donoso – Richmond
Kathy Chao-Rothberg – San Pablo

Alejandro Soto-Vigil – Berkeley
Brett Badelle – Oakland
Ty Alper – Berkeley
Greg Lyman – El Cerrito
Kevin L. Nichols – El Cerrito
Alex Knox – Richmond
Charlie Davidson – Hercules

California's Future Endorsed by Tony Thurmond!

California’s Future Endorsed by Tony Thurmond!

If you live within the district, which includes all or part of Hercules, Pinole, Richmond, El Cerrito, Albany, Kensington, Berkeley, Emeryville, and Oakland (please check http://www.aroundthecapitol.com/districts/maps.html?district=AD15 to confirm), then you can vote.  If not, you can volunteer and help get other registered Democrats to the polls that do live in the district there that day!  For more information, please visit www.facebook.com/groups/AD15Delegates2014 and to join my team and vote on January 10th, please visit http://bit.ly/1wwvydb.

Thank you in advance for your time and continued support!

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– Kevin L. Nichols – The Social Politician ™

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Don’t forget to vote on November 4th!

You Don't Understand the Problem

[October 30, 2014]  OAKLAND.  This mid-term election is critical for our country’s future.  Rather than complaining and whining about the state of our communities, our schools, our taxes, the environment, etc., here is our opportunity to show up and make a difference.  Electing our representatives and leaders is our civic duty and we should be proud to exercise it.  The deadline has passed to mail in absentee ballots, however, it is not too late to vote in person.  November 4, 2014 is the mid-term election day in California, so if you do not know where your polling place is, please visit http://bit.ly/1uaOdRr to input your home address to find out.

Since I am The Social Politician ™, I work tirelessly for my clients to effectively disseminate their message and reach as many potential voters as possible.  Unfortunately, I do not have any clients running in this particular election, so for the most part, I have been sitting on the sidelines until I am retained.  Nevertheless, I have many friends and colleagues running in this election, so like I have done in the past, please see their campaign websites, make donations/contributions to their campaigns if you feel compelled, and give the best candidate your vote!

State Assembly District 15

Tony Thurmond – http://www.tonythurmond.com

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U.S. Representative 15th District

Eric Swalwell – http://www.swalwellforcongress.com

Eric Swalwell

U.S. Representative 17th District

Mike Honda – http://mikehonda.com

Mike Honda

El Cerrito City Council

Gabriel Quinto – http://www.quintoforelcerrito.com

Gabriel Quinto

City of Richmond

Uche Justin Uwahemu – http://www.ucheforrichmond.org

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Oakland City Council, District 2

Kevin Blackburn – http://www.kevinblackburnforoakland.com

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Oakland City Council, District 2

Dana King – http://www.danakingforoakland.com

Dana King

Oakland City Council, District 2

Abel Guillen – http://www.abelforoakland.com

Abel Guillen

Oakland City Council, District 6

James Moore – http://www.jamesmoore4district6.com

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Oakland City Council, District 6

Desley Brooks – http://democracy.com/Desley-Brooks/default.aspx

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Oakland City Council, District 6

Michael Johnson – http://www.hope4oakland.org

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Oakland Mayor

Bryan Parker – http://bryanparker.org

Bryan Parker

Oakland Mayor

Libby Schaaf – http://libbyformayor.com

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Oakland Mayor

Courtney Ruby – www.CourtneyRuby.com

Courtney Ruby

Oakland Mayor

Dan Siegel – http://siegelforoakland.org

Dan Siegel

Oakland Mayor

Joe Tuman – http://joetuman.com

Joe Tuman

Oakland Mayor

Jean Quan – http://www.jeanquanforoakland.org

Jean Quan