- Jan 11, 2017
Does anyone know if/ how being awarded a "Principal" Congressional nomination is communicated?
I believe I have read that it refers to the 2nd or junior Senator from your state.Thanks everyone for your responses. One additional question then: His Congressional/Senate nomination carries a number "2" in the nomination source. Any advice as to what that represents?
Some Senators coordinate their nominations to spread the joy and they will not double nominate one candidate. That is the case in my state. You only need one nomination to win. Best of luck.Interesting... As we only got a letter of nomination from Stabenow although he did interview with Peter's committee also
That means that of the two senators (1 being with more seniority in Senate, and 2 being the junior senator), you received the nomination from senator no. 2)Thanks everyone for your responses. One additional question then: His Congressional/Senate nomination carries a number "2" in the nomination source. Any advice as to what that represents?
Ok, I'm glad your son got his MOC nomination but I'm relieved that it's Huizenga, not Amash if you think it's a Principal nom I don't know if Huizenga does a Principal nom, many (most) don't. DD was nominated by Amash but I don't know if he did that this year. I told her she could probably ask but she says if it doesn't matter at this point, she doesn't want to know.Kent County. However we did already get letters of nomination from Stabenow and Huizinga.... That's why we're confused about the "2" on his USNA app. page
Yes, that would be great. Does your pic mean you are/were career Navy? This is our family's first exposure to the SA's, even our school counselors can't remember when the last kid applied so we had to do our own research and lead them through it with us. Now, it's just the hard waiting. Does your son have Plans B-whatever lined up?Sincerely wish you the best of luck. Maybe we'll all rub shoulders in Annapolis. Here's hoping