Here's a short list:
Chess Club Official: None
Tournament Director: None
State Affiliate: None
USCF Committeework: None
Blog: Started one after he announced his campaign. (See below.)
Walters is saying the typical things chess politicians say when they have no real credentials:
a) He's going to represent the players, since he has no organizer experience.
Trying to turn a liability into an asset. So, why didn't/won't he represent the players in his state or his local chess club?
b) He's passionate about chess.
Sure, and the other pols are not? Since his one claim to contributing to chess other than just playing it is this blog, it sure would be nice if there were at least more than one post to it since Feb. 18 - and that was just a crosstable!
c) He's posted 300 odd comments to the USCF's Issues Forum. Mostly mean, nasty attacks or else some petty comment. These means that he fits right in with the USCF politics culture. (Sigh!)
Note John Hillery's comment to yesterday's post. Walters should be elected only to keep Sam Sloan out. This is what the USCF has come to.