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#1 CHamilton

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Posted 10 January 2016 - 09:31 PM

These are some very exciting times for the National Association of Railroad Passengers. NARP will have an excellent opportunity to make the cause of improved passenger rail more visible in this year’s elections, on the national, state and local levels.
 
If you are a NARP member, and would be interested in representing the organization on its Council, we’re looking for representatives for the following states. Check the position description, and contact the NARP office if you would be interested in serving. The original deadline has passed, so please respond soon!

 

 

See the list of available positions at

http://www.growtrain...passenger-rail/


Amtrak can be better! Tell your local, state and national elected officials to support a more robust rail system. Join NARP and your local rail advocacy organization.
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#2 CHamilton

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Posted 11 March 2016 - 01:23 PM

A list of the newly elected state representatives serving on the NARP Council of Representatives for the two-year term starting March 1, 2016 is available here.

There are still openings for state representatives in some states. Check-out the full list of current vacancies here. If you are interested in being considered for an appointment to an open state seat by the Board of Directors please complete this Candidate Information Statement.

ALABAMA (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

ARIZONA (2 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

CALIFORNIA (12 Total Seats)
Five State Rep. Vacancies

CONNECTICUT (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

DELAWARE (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

GEORGIA (2 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

HAWAII (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

IDAHO (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

ILLINOIS (5 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

IOWA (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

LOUISIANA (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

MARYLAND (3 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

MASSACHUSETTS (3 Total Seats)
Two State Rep. Vacancies

MICHIGAN (3 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

MISSOURI (2 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

NEBRASKA (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

NEVADA (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

NEW JERSEY (3 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

NORTH CAROLINA (2 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

NORTH DAKOTA (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy

OHIO (4 Total Seats)
Three State Rep. Vacancies

PENNSYLVANIA (5 Total Seats)
One State Rep. Vacancy

TEXAS (6 Total Seats)
Two State Rep. Vacancies

WYOMING (1 Total Seat)
One State Rep. Vacancy


Amtrak can be better! Tell your local, state and national elected officials to support a more robust rail system. Join NARP and your local rail advocacy organization.
Where you'll find my posts: // All Aboard Washington (websiteFacebook) // Amtrak Unlimited Forum Group (Facebook) // Grow Trains (websiteFacebook, Twitter) // Restore the Pioneer Train (website, Facebook, Twitter) // Save the Seattle Waterfront Streetcar (Again) (websiteFacebook, Twitter) // Transit Riders of Puget Sound (Facebook) // Trains on FB (Facebook) // My Random Twitter Musings @HamiltonChas




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