What are you doing Dec. 15?

{The Press Release ran in a number of newspapers and radio. Here is the story from the local Chinook Observer} June 17, 2008

Nan Malin will be presidential elector

SPOKANE - At the Washington State GOP Convention held on May 29 through 31 in Spokane, Pacific County Republican Party Chair Nan Malin was chosen to serve as a presidential elector.

Republicans from around the state gathered at the state convention to elect delegates to the national convention, chose presidential electors, interact with candidates, and adopt a statewide platform.

On Dec. 15, presidential electors representing the winning presidential and vice presidential candidates will gather in the state capital to cast their vote in the Electoral College. Washington state has a total of 11 electoral votes, one for each Congressional District and U.S. Senate seat.

"Nan Malin has been working hard to support our outstanding Republican candidates, and I'm thrilled that her incredible efforts have been rewarded with an opportunity to serve as a Presidential Elector," said Washington State Republican Party Chairman Luke Esser.

For more information on the Washington State Republican Party visit (www.wsrp.org).

For more information on the Electoral College, visit (www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/index.html).

For a list of commonly asked questions and answers about Presidential Electors, visit (www.archives.gov/federal-register/electoral-college/faq.html).