Monthly Archives: July 2011

Notes from Camp, 2011: Tuesday, July 5

Tuesday, July 5, 2011 Today was the last day of the RA and therefore the last Ohio caucus.  The caucus always ends with some ceremonial items, including recognitions of departing delegates and thanks for those who make the caucus work. … Continue reading

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Notes from Camp, 2011: Monday, July 4

Independence Day: July 4, 2011 The Ohio caucus met bright and early this morning at 7:00.  We’ve been meeting in Chicago for three days now, but yesterday’s abbreviated meeting left the caucus somewhat behind in its work, but today represented … Continue reading

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Notes from Camp, 2011: Sunday, July 3

July 3, 2011: For delegates in general, today was a very busy day; and for NEOEA delegates, it was even more so. This morning’s appearance by Vice President Joe Biden required states to hold abbreviated caucuses: they had been asked … Continue reading

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Notes from Camp, 2011: Saturday, July 2

Saturday, July 2, 2011: This morning’s was the Ohio delegation’s third caucus for 2011, second caucus in Chicago, and the first caucus to start at the unseemly hour of 7:00. The idea is to finish the caucus by 9:00 so … Continue reading

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Notes from Camp, 2011: Friday, July 1

For a quick review of NEA and the RA, see https://neoea.wordpress.com/2011/06/30/june-30/.  Fo r the June 30 Note from Camp, see https://neoea.wordpress.com/2011/06/29/nea101/. Friday, July 1 Most states don’t caucus until they get to the host city, but Ohio’s delegates met in … Continue reading

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