The Voter Participation Center is a project of the parent organization, Women’s Voices Women Vote. Page Gardener is paid handsomely, $190,000 per year to run this organization that sends pseudo voter registration forms to cats, dogs, felons, illegals, gerbils and the deceased, according to their IRS Form 990.
So who else is on this ‘non-partisan’ board of directors?
First off is John Podesta, the former Clinton White House Chief of Staff and one of the founders of George Soros’ Center for American Progress.
Yeah. That SCREAMS non-partisan.
How about this board member? Avis Jones-DeWeever, Executive Director of the National Council of Negro Women. Really? I thought that the NAACP name was bad enough, but apparently in some contexts the use of the terms ‘Colored People’ and ‘Negro’ are perfectly acceptable within the left wing community.
They’ve got an app for that, I guess.
How about William McNary? Have you heard of him? I hadn’t.
William McNary is the President of USAction, the largest network of progressive grassroots organizations working together to strengthen their political power and fight to win social, racial, economic and environmental justice.
McNary is also Co-Executive Director of Citizen Action/Illinois. The Illinois affiliate of USAction; CitizenAction/Illinois is the states largest consumer watchdog group working on an ambitious agenda, which includes health care reform, environmental safety, utility reform, public education funding and campaign finance reform. For twelve years he served as the Legislative Director for the states largest public interest organization.
How about this other non partisan board member, Mimi Mager?
Mimi Mager contributes over 20 years of experience in public service, politics, legislative strategy, grassroots organizing and public interest advocacy to Heidepriem & Mager clients.
Mager joined the firm in 1995 and became a principal in 1997. Before coming to the firm, Mager served four years as Director of Congressional and Federal Affairs for Mayor Sharon Pratt Kelly of the District of Columbia. During her tenure, the District achieved a historic increase in the federal payment, an unprecedented emergency supplemental appropriation, and a reversal of the congressional-imposed prohibition on the use of District funds to provide abortions for low-income women.
From 1987 to 1990, Mager worked for the Leadership Conference on Civil Rights, where she designed and implemented the grassroots legislative campaigns that culminated in the enactment of the Civil Rights restoration Act, the Family and Medical Leave Act, the Fair Housing Act Amendments, the American Disabilities Act and the defeat of the nomination of Judge Robert Bork to the Supreme Court
How about Chris Dresser? Actually, her bio in unintelligible, but here it is.
Chris Desser is a fellow of On the Commons, a think tank focused on developing the concept of The Commons as an overarching analytical structure organizing across sectors and disciplines. Her current project is The Catalog of Extinct Experience, an art installation exploring extinct and vanishing experiences in the natural world—like sipping water from a stream or seeing stars in the sky—and why such experiences are so important to personal and social evolution. She served on the California Coastal Commission and the San Francisco Commission for the Environment. In 2003, she co-founded Women’s Voices, Women Vote
Claire Silberman is also on the board. She a NY Yenta who donates big dough to Democrats that are too numerous to screen capture. Just go here for a sense of it.
So there’s your non partisan Voter Participation Center/ Women’s Voices Women Vote.
Oh and just one other thing.
Nobody on the board but Page Gardner gets paid to push out these phony voter registration forms to goldfish and iguanas. She’s the plantation owner and the board appears to be immunerated with the same false promises that they’ve always fallen for.
So there you have it. Women’s Voices Women Vote/Voter Participation Center is a non-partisan group and I just proved it.