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Do you want an opportunity to share your voice and lobby for an important issue? You can, during your caucus! Jenny Buechner NAD Board Member for Region 2, explains more about what the caucus is.

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Video description and transcript:

Video begins with the NAD logo in red and blue. The NAD logo then transitions to the same logo but in green and peach colors to represent the #NAD2014 Conference theme. Video fades to white then to NAD Board Region 2 Representative Jenny Buechner in front of a black background.

JENNY: Hi there! What is a caucus? What is the purpose of a caucus? A caucus is for delegates and community members within regions 1, 2, 3, 4 and affiliates to get together. This allows for discussion of what happened earlier in the day, during the Council of Representatives (COR) meetings. It's an opportunity to get clarification on what's happening, ask necessary questions, and so on. People who are running for regional board positions will be able to explain their goals for their term. Individuals can also leverage the opportunity to discuss issues within their states, and learn from others. It is a truly important opportunity to participate in the caucus for discussions on topics that are important to you. Come, join us!

Video fades to the same NAD logo in green and peach before transitioning to the NAD logo in red and blue. Black text below the logo appears, "A production of The National Association of the Deaf (copyright) 2014 All rights reserved.