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Kendrick Meek to chair editorial board for Politic365.com

by George Bennett | May 12th, 2011

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Former Democratic U.S. Rep. and unsuccessful 2010 Senate candidate Kendrick Meek has been named chairman of the editorial board for politic365.com , a news and commentary site that focuses on “penetrating communities of color.”

Says Meek: “Politic365.com is bringing the power of the Web and modern technology to serve an age-old concern — the need to connect. As chair of the Editorial Board, I want to build on this success. I want to make Politic365 an essential part of the daily lives of Americans. I want to build on Politic365’s strengths — its news, its analysis, its informed and civil conversations — on the challenges facing our nation.

“As Chairman of the Editorial Board, it is my goal to make sure that Politic365 is one of the favorites on computer screens throughout the U.S. for news and information.”

2 Responses to “Kendrick Meek to chair editorial board for Politic365.com”

  1. Thanks Kendrick! Says:

    For edging out Crist paving the way for Rubio. Your vanity campaign to a have a D on the ballot ensured we have a wing-nut R in the senate instead of a moderate I. Way to go!

    20.14% + 29.73% > 48.94%

  2. Ron Ziegler Says:

    MY concerns are for the disabled.My name is Ron Ziegler Iam a person on disability. Iamconcerned now that we have rubio and scot in office they plan to hurt the disabled. My friend Mr Jim Troesh is a quadropalegic and worked with Michael Landon on Highway to Heaven he is in fear for his life if they cut his benefits.Please go to his website and hear his message on the disabled http://www.jimtroesh@aol.com please send him a message and please protect the disabled from these state to state wide cuts on the disabled. I do not want to burden my elderly parents if ,,I lose my benefits.Please contact me regarding our fears for the disabled.
    Sincerely Ron Ziegler you can hear my concerns for the disabled on Alan Colmes radio show every Friday night at 10:oopm

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