There is 9 districts. Only district 2 and 3 are vacant (per KDFWR current website). How will that give him the majority? Dr Rich is a non voting appointee emeritus. Of course he can influence other commissioners on how to vote, if he sides with the governor I don’t know if he is in his pocket or not. If he does that. The governor would need 5 votes to push his agenda. Is some of the other comissioners in the governors pocket? I’m asking this as a question, not as a argument or to say your wrong. Just wondering how 2 appointees will sway the kdfw to vote whatever the Governor wants.