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YOUNG DEMS LEADER TARGETS RECRUITMENT

Sandra Thomas-Mason, the new president of the Young Democrats of St. Thomas-St. John, says she wants the organization to undertake a strong educational campaign aimed at recruiting more young people into the Democratic Party of the Virgin Islands.
At the organization's recent elections, the following persons were also elected to office: Renaldo Raymo, first vice president; Nicole Joseph, second vice president; Cassandra Cooper, secretary; Jessica Phipps, assistant secretary; Dahlia Richardson, treasurer; Faye James, assistant treasurer; and Cherokee Thomas, sergeant-at-arms.
Democratic Party state chair James O'Bryan Jr. challenged the Young Democrats to take a leadership role in the party and to continue active involvement in the political life of the Virgin Islands.

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Sandra Thomas-Mason, the new president of the Young Democrats of St. Thomas-St. John, says she wants the organization to undertake a strong educational campaign aimed at recruiting more young people into the Democratic Party of the Virgin Islands.
At the organization's recent elections, the following persons were also elected to office: Renaldo Raymo, first vice president; Nicole Joseph, second vice president; Cassandra Cooper, secretary; Jessica Phipps, assistant secretary; Dahlia Richardson, treasurer; Faye James, assistant treasurer; and Cherokee Thomas, sergeant-at-arms.
Democratic Party state chair James O'Bryan Jr. challenged the Young Democrats to take a leadership role in the party and to continue active involvement in the political life of the Virgin Islands.