Congresswoman resigns

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  1. philparker

    philparker Member

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    Ok I have a potentially huge problem on my hands: I received a principal nom from my congresswoman about a month ago. This is great, except today I found out that she, Jane Harman CA-36, is resigning. My concern is than my nomination will no longer be legitimate. If anyone can tell my what her resignation means for my nomination I would greatly appreciate it.
     
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    I don't think it changes a thing. I think I read somewhere that the congressional district, not the particular MOC, is charged with the decisions of prior noms.
     
  3. Just_A_Mom

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    ^ True that.
    No huge problem, no worries at all - your nomination is wholly intact.
     
  4. philparker

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    Ok thanks a lot. Phew... That was a little scary.
     
  5. usna1985

    usna1985 USNA Alumnus

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    It would have been scary had she resigned in, say November, without turning in a slate. Slates were due Jan. 31 and a change in MOC at this time won't, as others have pointed out, affect anything.
     
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    phil,

    you will okay as long as your MOC submitted your nomination to the Naval Academy. If she hasn't, you will have a problem.
     
  7. philparker

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    Yeah she submitted it in mid January. It shows up on my CIS that she gave me a nom
     

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