Jennifer Mebes Flagg of Chappaqua has been appointed coordinator of the Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee. The nonprofit was formed in 1991 to promote honesty and fairness in Westchester’s political campaigns. It typically hears complaints from candidates who believe their opponents have been dishonest in campaign literature or gone so far as to defame them. In the position of coordinator, Flagg will act as liaison between the committee, candidates who file complaints and those facing allegations of unfairness.
Jennifer Mebes Flagg of Chappaqua has been appointed coordinator of the Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee, a nonprofit that has been promoting honest and fair political campaigns in Westchester County since 1991. Miriam Cohen of Larchmont, who has served commendably for ten years, is stepping down as coordinator but remaining a committee member.Read More
The Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee recently unveiled its new website, faircampaignpractices.org, which provides candidates with information on what constitutes a fair campaign practice, and citizens with tools to identify and respond to dishonest and defamatory allegations.Read More
The Westchester County Fair Campaign Practices Committee, a nonpartisan, impartial committee that promotes a climate in which candidates for public office conduct honest and fair campaigns, began its 25th season by appointing Susan Pace Guma as Chair and electing three new members: Nick Beilenson, Joan Grangenois-Thomas, and Carole Princer Levy.Read More