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  • 00:11

    Vote for Nick Augustine for Shady Shores, Texas Town Council, Place 2

    in Politics

    Keeping an eye on the past while focusing on the present and future, we can ensure Shady Shores, Texas will be a great place to buy a home and raise a family.


    If elected to Town Council, my votes will be in the direction of:


    (1) Spending cuts and maintaining our savings and assets for the future;


    (2) Manageable growth that increases our land values and preserves our charm;


    (3) Increased resident communication and involvement in future decision-making.


    Voting for me, Nick Augustine, is a smart choice because I am educated, available, and interested in adding a new sense of balance and viewpoints to our council with my volunteer background and experiences.


    I operate a local marketing and public relations business, which allows a flexible schedule to talk with residents anytime they give me a call or want to meet to talk about their concerns. Being on Council requires a great deal of work and I have the time to get it all done. 


    I hope to see you all at the Candidates Debate on Monday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. 


    Volunteer Experience:



    Chair, Town of Shady Shores Citizens’ Advocacy Committee on Revenue
    Appointed Board Member of Alumni Association Board of Directors at The John Marshall Law School
    Chair, Government Affairs Committee, Woodridge Area Chamber of Commerce
    President, Kiwanis Club of Woodridge
    Law Student Intern, Milwaukee County Office of the District Attorney


    Education


    Marquette University, Bachelors of Arts degree earned 1999


    The John Marshall Law School, Juris Doctor degree earned 2002

  • 00:01

    Vote For Nick Augustine for Shady Shores, Texas Town Council, Place 2

    in Politics

    Keeping an eye on the past while focusing on the present and future, we can ensure Shady Shores, Texas will be a great place to buy a home and raise a family.


    If elected to Town Council, my votes will be in the direction of:


    (1) Spending cuts and maintaining our savings and assets for the future;


    (2) Manageable growth that increases our land values and preserves our charm;


    (3) Increased resident communication and involvement in future decision-making.


    Voting for me, Nick Augustine, is a smart choice because I am educated, available, and interested in adding a new sense of balance and viewpoints to our council with my volunteer background and experiences.


    I operate a local marketing and public relations business, which allows a flexible schedule to talk with residents anytime they give me a call or want to meet to talk about their concerns. Being on Council requires a great deal of work and I have the time to get it all done. 


    I hope to see you all at the Candidates Debate on Monday, April 20th at 7:00 p.m. 


    Volunteer Experience:



    Chair, Town of Shady Shores Citizens’ Advocacy Committee on Revenue
    Appointed Board Member of Alumni Association Board of Directors at The John Marshall Law School
    Chair, Government Affairs Committee, Woodridge Area Chamber of Commerce
    President, Kiwanis Club of Woodridge
    Law Student Intern, Milwaukee County Office of the District Attorney


    Education


    Marquette University, Bachelors of Arts degree earned 1999


    The John Marshall Law School, Juris Doctor degree earned 2002

  • 01:00

    Vote for the Worst Radio

    in Entertainment

    Vote for the Worst Radio

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    Vote for the worst radio

    in Entertainment

    Vote for the worst radio discusses the top 24 of American Idol 7.

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    Vote for the Worst Radio

    in Entertainment

    Vote for the Worst Radio

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    Vote for the Worst Radio

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  • 00:31

    Lady Vote

    in Women

    Lady Vote....The Beginning of the "Wave". The second show...in the new movement to encourage the leadership of women and girls....in appointive and elective office.

  • 00:55

    SF #176 – To Vote or Not to Vote

    in Motivation

    To Vote or Not to Vote - that is the question.  Is it true, as Dan Rather states, “Only votes talk, everything else walks”?  Or can you give voice to political questions without voting and have it still mean something?  With the 2014 Midterms boasting the lowest voter turnout since World War II (36.4%), it appears that a few people are deciding the direction your government takes while the rest believe it is a waste of time to even try.  What do you think?


    Join Mordant & McFall for a non-politicized debate on whether To Vote or Not to Vote.  Is it better to get out of the house and exercise your hard-won American right…?  Or, can you, by not voting, make enough of a statement to change the suffering system of American politics.  Your Level Up Guys go back and forth on this - both with enough passion for their beliefs to throw in some playful “mudslinging.”  All this for your entertainment and edification.


    So...Enjoy!


     


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  • 00:31

    Lady Vote

    in Women

    Laty Vote ....is about you. 30 minutes of discussions of ways to increase women and girls in leadership....appointive and elective.

  • 00:14

    Keeping the Right To Vote

    in Lifestyle

    Is AnyoneGoing to Selma!?!  Are You Making Sure the people remember how they got the full right to vote?  Remembering to stay involved in your community

  • 00:31

    Lady Vote

    in Women

    Join us as we begin a new "Book" not a page in women's rights. On Lady Vote Radio...we are goin to build a "Wave" of action to encourage girls and women to seek leadership positions...NOW! We what to identify people and organizations that will help empower girls and women. The only way to insure that women's rights cannot be taken away...it to increase the number of women in elected and appointed positions This then is our challenge.