Poker Lobbying Group Chief Jim Tabilio Resigns


Tabilio will continue to advise, but is moving on.

Poker Voters of America, a grassroots non-profit association of U.S. poker players who vote and support political leaders who will protect the right to play the game, is looking for a new president following the resignation this week of founder-president Jim Tabilio.

The well connected and widely experienced Tabilio was also a principal and senior vice president for San Francisco-based Winning Directions, one of America's leading strategic political messaging and communications firms. He will now concentrate his efforts on lobbying in the private sector and consulting work on the discipline for major companies.

PVA chief executive officer Melanie Brenner will continue with the organisation, providing continuity for the next president.

The PVA has been particularly active in encouraging US states to legalise and regulate online poker

General Poker News

Login to post a comment:


 
 

Click Here to register a new account

What's going on right now!

1hour 3mins ago someone from United States read article Canadian Player Snags Biggest Win of his Career in WSOP Event 55

Poker Community

Share this page on:
Follow LPB on:
Follow LPB

Join now for full access to our online poker forum/chat plus receive our newsletter with news & exclusive bonuses every month.

In the last 24h

Totals

  • New Members
    28
  • Members Online
    341
  • Guests
    2,099
Online Poker Reviews
32Red Poker
  (56 Ratings)
888 Poker
  (71 Ratings)
Bet365 Poker
  (65 Ratings)
BetVictor
  (58 Ratings)
Betfair Poker
  (56 Ratings)
Betsson Poker
  (45 Ratings)
Bovada
  (46 Ratings)
Cake Poker
  (6 Ratings)
Comeon Poker
  (36 Ratings)
Cool Hand Poker
  (51 Ratings)
Everest Poker
  (45 Ratings)
Full Flush Poker
  (29 Ratings)
Full Tilt Poker
  (55 Ratings)
Gamebookers Poker
  (32 Ratings)
Ladbrokes Poker
  (44 Ratings)
Mansion Poker
  (34 Ratings)
NetBet Poker
  (22 Ratings)
Pkr
  (43 Ratings)
PokerRewards
  (28 Ratings)
PokerStars
  (79 Ratings)
RedBet Poker
  (38 Ratings)
Stan James Poker
  (34 Ratings)
Unibet Poker
  (48 Ratings)
William Hill Poker
  (47 Ratings)


Follow LPB on Facebook Follow LPB on Twitter Follow LPB on Pinterest Follow LPB on Google plus