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18 elected to the YLD, five more vying for two seats.

Eighteen young lawyers were elected without opposition to the Young Lawyers Division Board of Governors while five others are contesting for two seats following the close of qualification for 2007 board races.

Three candidates filed for Seat 3 in the Ninth Circuit. They are: Vivionne N. Terrell; Chelsie Joy Roberts; and Maria DiBlasio Hale.

Two filed for Seat 3 in the 17th Circuit: Anne Duplessis Ogden and Ghenete Elaine Witter Wright Muir.

Ballots for the two contests will be mailed around March 1. They must be returned to the Bar's election company, Election Services Corporation, no later than midnight March 21. As in recent years, YLD members will have a choice between online electronic voting or using a paper ballot.

Platform statements from the candidates will be published in the News and posted on the Bar and company Web sites later this month.

Those elected without opposition are: Douglas Woodward to Seat 1 in the First Circuit, Kris Robinson to Seat 1 in the Third Circuit, Renee Thompson to Seat 1 in the Fifth Circuit, Matthew Seamus Welch to Seat 1 in the Seventh Circuit, Elizabeth McCausland to Seat 1 in the Ninth Circuit, Heather Rodriguez to Seat 2 in the Ninth Circuit, Christina A. McKinnon to Seat 1 in the 11th Circuit, Cynthia Morales to Seat 2 in the 11th Circuit, Stephen Ngo to Seat 3 in the 11th Circuit, Cristina Alonso to Seat 4 in the 11th Circuit, Edward McCarthy to Seat 5 in the 11th Circuit, Spencer Tew to Seat 6 in the 11th Circuit, RJ Haughey to Seat 1 in the 13th Circuit, Laurel Moore to Seat 2 in the 13th Circuit, Paige Adonna Greenlee to Seat 3 in the 13th Circuit, Matthew Tucker Ramenda to Seat 1 in the 15th Circuit, Ron Ponzoli to Seat 2 in the 15th Circuit, Elisha Roy to seat 3 in the 15th Circuit, Adam Rabinowitz to Seat 1 in the 17th Circuit, Zelzia Felicia Jordan, to Seat 2 in the 17th Circuit, Scott Chitoff to Seat 4 in the 17th Circuit, and Nina Ferraro to Seat 1 in the 19th Circuit.

Board members elected in the March balloting and those elected without opposition will be sworn in for two-year terms at the Bar Annual Meeting in June.
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Title Annotation:Young Lawyers Division
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Date:Feb 1, 2007
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