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As a partisan and a delegate (and a Blogger who needs free food), I started the morning at the Adam Abrahms Breakfast. As I wrote before, he represented the future. Good morning and good snacks.
This was the power table I sat at.
Then we went to the meeting room (where there was NO Internet access [BOO!]).
Meets and greets and prepping to vote.
In the end, it was a fight between the future and the past.
Linda Boyd ran on the theme of "experience," Unfortunately, the RPLAC Delegates remember the debacle of Mayor Hahn's re-election debacle (re-cited in the California Encyclicals).
Adam Abahms brought his professionalism and power of unifying to YR groups (Kudos to Ashley Nicole Ingrahm). He argued about making Los Angeles a Battleground.
And in the end, the vote was:
The future won.
And that ends this edition of VNN.
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