Missing representative?

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  1. HiMyNameisNick

    HiMyNameisNick Member

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    Ok so ive got a problem, I live in the 29th district of NY and recently Eric Masa stepped down from his position. I did A lot of legwork talking to him and I even met him is person. I was hoping I could get my nomination from him.

    But now he is gone, and here is where the big problem comes in, they are NOT having an election for someone to fill his spot. And the only other option would be for the governer of NY to appoint someone, BUT the governer is a democrat, and there are no democrats that can fill the position. So it is in his best interest to just leave the position open.

    So now I am down 1 possible nomination, PLUS the representative is the most local person so that is who I was most likely to get my nomination from.

    I called Naval Academy guidance and the guy was useless.

    I called the office of the 29th district and nobody answered.

    So what can I do? chances are they WILL NOT fill the position, so now I will have alot more trouble.
     
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    call again?
    email your regional admissions officer?
     
  3. homewith4

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    Since you're looking for a nomination for class of 2015. Packets under normal circumstances would not be due until around Oct/Nov 2010. Relax, you have time to figure out how to proceed. Call the office again. The resignation was just effective March 9, so give the staff some time to figure out how to make it work w/o a boss around.

    I expect Naval academy guidance office would be more helpful after issues w/ class of 2014 are settled. He is in the midst of dealing with the inbound class...in his world, class of 2015 is low priority right now.
     
  4. skc

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    Only one nom is required. Continue to work hard in school/sports/EC's/college tests/community service and project confidence, integrity and commitment during your senators interview and make it impossible to turn you down.

    Good luck, I am sure you will do well.
     

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