I never voted for Barack Obama, based on political differences, just as I never voted for Jimmy Carter, Walter Mondale, Michael Dukakis, Bill Clinton, Al Gore, John Kerry or Hillary Clinton. But I have always recognized the significance of Obama election and re election. Like all children growing up, black youngsters had always been told through the years that anyone can grow up to become president.
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Is that an important goal for you? And how is it achieved? Yorkey: I think it’s absolutely a goal. The music and the songs need to serve the story, and I think that the integration of words and music is the thing that Tom and I strive for most. There are three things that have really made it possible, for instance, on Next to Normal, for us to achieve that, to whatever extent we did.
Singer Pat Benatar is 65. Guitarist Michael Schenker (Scorpions) is 63. Singer Shawn Colvin is 62. “In the past voters had to come to the branch [to vote],” said current chair Michael Strukoff. “As our credit union grew, and we were approaching the 10,000 member mark, the rules say that you can no longer just vote at the AGM (annual general meeting), so we didn’t want to wait until we were in a pickle because it takes a while to change the rules of a credit union and notify members. Several years back we went ahead and changed the rules and made it so that you (could vote) in branch, by mail or, now, electronically.”.
Participants in VIC are repeat offenders who are supported by various community teams and who plead guilty to a less serious offence. In 2014 2015 VIC dealt with 82 individuals, including 13 with developmental delays and 5 with brain injuries. The over representation of aboriginal offenders in criminal courts persists in VIC 11 participants were from First Nations..