Little Colorado River Democrats 'meet & greet'

<i>Todd Roth/NHO</i><br>
Alison Kolomitz, Justice of The Peace for Navajo County, Winslow, introduces herself at the Little Colorado River Democrats “meet and greet” event on Aug. 7.

<i>Todd Roth/NHO</i><br> Alison Kolomitz, Justice of The Peace for Navajo County, Winslow, introduces herself at the Little Colorado River Democrats “meet and greet” event on Aug. 7.

A informal meet and greet was held in the historic La Posada Hotel Ballroom on Saturday, Aug. 7. to honor and introduce local, county and state wide Democrats. Snacks and refreshments were provided by the La Posada hotel. Registration to support candidates was available and short talks by candidates and current public officials was held after 6:30 p.m.

The following is a listing of event attendees:

• Gloria Hale-Showalter, Candidate for the Arizona Senate Legislative District (LD) 2.

• Elaine Bohlmeyer, Candidate for the Arizona Senate LD 5.

• Manuel Cruz, Candidate for Arizona State Mine Inspector.

• Penny Kotterman, Sam Wercinski, Candidates for Secretary of State.

• Tom Chabin LD 2 Representative from Flagstaff.

• Kelly C. "K.C." Clark, Navajo County Sheriff.

• Bill Shumway, Candidate for the Arizona Senate LD 5.

• Ken and Barb Smith, with others, are the founding parents of the Navajo County's two clubs. The White Mountain Democrats and The Little Colorado River Democrats.

• Jason Williams, Arizona Candidate for Superintendent of Public Instruction.

• David L. Widmaier, Justice of the Peace in the Navajo County Justice Court system.

• David Bradley, Candidate for Corporation Commission.

• Cathy Eden, Candidate for United States Senate.

• Rodney Glassman, Candidate for United State Senator.

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