Our daughter received the same snail-mail from Sen Gardner after she received her nomination notice (both email and snail-mail) from our Congressman. But we never heard a word either way from Bennet's office - so our question is: was anyone who didn't receive a nom from him notified in any way? If you or someone you know received a turn-down for a nomination from Sen Bennet's office, please reply.My DS received a nomination from Senator M. Bennet via email sometimes in January (no snail mail follow up) . Senator Gardner sent a snail mail saying that my DS was receiving a nomination from another "Office", so I am assuming the MOC's collaborated and I don't think there will be multiple nominations in CO.
Now we wait.....patiently....but Plan B is in placed.
We haven't heard anything yet...We haven't heard back about interviews yet, with the exception of one Senator letting us know that our DS would be getting an interview slot. I am just wondering if anybody from our state has heard anything yet. Less than a month away now.
It's probably the same as most others. They can nominate 10 applicants for every one open slot. Normally one slot available every year..... Sometimes twoHello.
I am John, a high school junior currently residing in Orange County, CA.
For anyone who lives or knows of anyone in the 45th district of California, I was wondering if you know from experience or via the grapevine about how competitive pursuing a nomination from Rep, Mimi Walters is.
If you have any statistics about the number of applicants per academy (the office staff were not allowed to divulge such information), that would be greatly appreciated.