Field Force Representative?

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  1. ArmyKid4

    ArmyKid4 Member

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    How do we know who our field force representative is? There are two liaisons listen on the portal, but neither of them are labeled as field force representatives. Thanks.
     
  2. Hooah1775

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    I believe it is the "State Coordinator" on the "Liasons" page of the Candidate Portal.
     
  3. MemberLG

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    Contact your state coordinator, he or she will direct "your" field force representative.
     
  4. PJay

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    On my portal, there is no state coordinator found. However I do have a Congressional District coordinator. Does this mean he is my field force rep? I've just been maintaining contact with this person and until now I didn't even realize we had a field force rep.
     
  5. marciemi

    marciemi USMA Alumnus

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    It depends on where you are. The State Coordinator is responsible for the entire state. The Congressional District Coordinators are a level below that, responsible for a district. In some areas, there are several FFR's below them, broken down by city or high school. In less populated areas, there may not be. I'm the CDC for three congressional districts so for those candidates the CDC and their FFR would be the same person. A lot of times the terms Field Force Representative, Liaison Officer and MALO are all used interchangeably.
     
  6. PJay

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    Thank you very much, sir. I'm sure the district I am in is highly populated so I'll e-mail my coordinator and find out if I can contact an FFR if there is a different person. No doubt my coordinator would appreciate a few less e-mails in his inbox if possible.
     

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