KIUC Victory Parade

SUBHEAD: The KIUC voting deadline is at hand. If you have not voted already, please make an effort and take the time. By Jonathan Jay on 23 March 2012 for P2P Kauai - ( [IB Editor's note: We agree with the recommendations of (Power to the People Kauai) and advocate voting for three of the four following individuals seeking KIUC board positions (in our preferred order): Pat Gegen, Energy, and Zero Waste Activist, Leader Apollo Kauai; Karen Bald­win Attor­ney at law, for­mer Senior Coun­cil for KIUC; Ken Stokes, Green Econ­o­mist, Blog­ger and Sus­tain­abil­ity ʻguruʻ; Joel Guy, North Shore Com­mu­nity Orga­nizer, for­mer aide to Mina Morita.] Image above: Detail of poster for Victory Parade from original aarrticle. The KIUC voting deadline is at hand. If you have not voted already, please make an effort and take the time. If you need information about the candidates click here ( In any case, join our Victory Parade beginning at the County Building, Saturday. WHY: For 10 years running - Kauai participation in the KIUC Annual BOD Elections has been abysmal - time has shown: when we all snooze, we all lose!
No MORE - This year, win lose or draw Kauai will set a RECORD for the Most turnout ever! This itself is a tremendous victory well-worth celebrating.
WHO: Everyone who voted, made efforts to encourage others to vote, organized a forum, handed out flyers, posted a blog, or ran for office IS A WINNER!
WHEN: This Saturday, March 24, 2012 from 9:am till NOON deadline --
1) Gathering 9:am at Historic County Council Building to make signs to display while ʻparadingʻ
2) Victory Parade! 10:am departure from Historic County Building - route along Kaumualii Highway for maximum visibility
3) Rally 11:am - NOON @ KIUC Headquarters along Kuamualii Highway side to wave signs to GOTV! (get out the vote)


jonathan jay said...

hey juan, do yu think any of this has made a damn bit of difference?

Juan Wilson said...

Yo jonathan,

A 'damn bit' yes. Not a lot, but some.

By 5:00pm the article had 15 hits today. Let's see if one of our favorites wins by less than 15 votes over someone not elected.

juan wilson
IB publisher

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