Anthony (El Tigrero) Novack
A candidate for State Representative Pos. 2, Legislative District 13 in the 2010 Washington General Election
Party: Bull Moose
On this race: Elected Experience: 1993-94 Vice President – Florida Student Chapter of the Wildlife Society. 2001-02 Treasurer - Wildlife Graduate Student Association: Univ. of Florida
Other Professional Experience: WDFW – Deer/Elk Conflict Specialist 2006-present, Wildlife Biologist – USDA-Wildlife Services 2004-2006, Historical Spanish Archive Researcher for Professional Treasure Hunter, 2002. Gray Wolf Biologist – Nez Perce Tribe 2003-04.
Education: 2003 Masters of Science in Wildlife Ecology and Conservation, Univ. of Florida, Thesis – Impacts of Hunting on Jaguar and Mountain Lion in Guatemala. 1994 Bachelors of Science in Forest Resource Conservation, Univ. of Florida. Major – Wildlife Ecology, Minor - Forestry
Community Service: 1995-1999 Peace Corps Volunteer, Honduras. Wildlands Promotor
Statement: As an independent candidate inspired by Theodore Roosevelt and his Bull Moose Party, I can stay detached from the endless partisan squabbles. The two parties behave like a badly divorced couple while citizens are forced to choose sides.
It is time for independent thinkers with local and global experience to come forward with fresh ideas and participate in government. An open-minded problem solver, I can work with all representatives to identify common ground and work towards mutual goals. I will strive relentlessly toward a positive future for this district that protects our families, farms and forests. Hablo Espanol