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Urban Politics #25: Introducing My Staff

January 25th, 1998

Lisa Herbold and Newell Aldrich are my two full time Legislative Assistants. Lisa was my campaign manager and is a graduate of Syracuse University with a degree in Political Science and Journalism. She has been with the Tenants Union for the last 5 years. Newell is a graduate of the UW with a dual degree in Political Sci. and Spanish. He handled press relations during the campaign. Prior to the campaign he had been Co-Chair of the Ralph Nader Washington State Campaign for Democracy. Frank Video, a former member of the Seattle Arts Commission and an established artist, is coming on as a half-time Legislative Assistant in February. Frank also preceded me as President of the 911 Media Arts Center. He attended the University of Washington and majored in Communications Research.

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Urban Politics #19: Nick Licata To Challenge Jan Drago

April 30th, 1997

I will be challenging incumbent City Council Member Jan Drago this fall. My PDC forms should be filed this Wednesday. I will also attempt to continue publishing Urban Politics (UP) on either a weekly or bi-weekly basis during the campaign. A separate emailing will be sent intermittently to UP subscribers with information concerning the campaign under the title “Licata Campaign Notes” (LCN).

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