|The following form was created and provided by Tom Kunesh,
|of the Chattanooga InterTribal Association
|This is a joint effort of the Indigenous People of E. TN., CITA, and the
|John Anderson, nominee
|Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs
|Mr. John W. Anderson
|Folks - To the end of finding a suitable replacement
for an east Tennessee representative to the Commission, the Chattanooga
InterTribal Association and other east Tennessee Native American organizations,
including the Southeastern
Native American Alliance, the Tennessee River Band of
Chickamauga Cherokee and the Elk Valley Band Council,
would like to nominate John Anderson of Chattanooga (Tuscarora and Anishinabe from
Canada and New York), to the position. A copy of Mr. Anderson's résumé follows below.
We would like to talk with you at your earliest convenience about this nomination, your possible support of it, and any concerns you might have about the nomination or about Mr. Anderson himself. A meeting with Mr. Anderson can also be easily arranged. Please feel free to call us or write us at this address - email@example.com.
By the way, this is a draft nomination by people who know, work with, respect and like John Anderson, and not his own promotion. He has agreed to serve if appointed.
Thank you in advance for your consideration.
|John W. Anderson
310 East 8th Street
|If you would like to support John Anderson's nomination to the Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs, please fill out the form below. Your message will be sent directly to (1) Governor Don Sundquist's Office, (2) Daphne Kirksey, Assistant to the TN Governor for Boards & Commissions, (3) Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs' Executive Director Toye Heape, and (4) CITA (we'll keep a print-out of nominations for the record).
|Your Personal Information the Governor needs to know who you are in order to take this nomination seriously ...
|If you would like to support John Anderson's nomination to the Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs and prefer to use snail mail, send hard copies to all three:
|Governor Don Sundquist
Office of the Governor
Nashville TN 37243-0001
Asst. to the Governor for Boards & Commissions
The Capitol, G-10
Nashville TN 37243-0001
|Toye Heape, Executive Director
Tennessee Commission of Indian Affairs
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