In between flying back and forth across the country for depositions, I took some time out to exercise my right to vote. It wasn't as exciting as, say, secretly casting a vote for hottest VP candidate in history. No, nothing that interesting. I was voting online in CAOC's Board of Governors election. But this relatively mundane event took on greater personal significance for me this year, as I happen to be one of the candidates in the Los Angeles district (lucky me - I am in one of a handful of contested districts). If you are a CAOC member and haven't voted yet, remember: "a vote for me is a vote for change." This is quite literally true, since I've never served on CAOC's Board of Governors before.
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