Wanna vote for VPs?
Another University Students' Council election is upon us, yet, sadly, the student population does not have a vote. The elections for vice-presidents are occurring, and less than 150 council members are entitled to participate in this election.
An integral plank in my presidential platform was the at-large election of USC vice-presidents so that all students could have a say. I still firmly believe in the idea that the student population should decide who is spending their money. In my new role as a USC King's College councillor, I am in the position to vote on who our new vice-presidents will be.
I'm opening my vote to the students of Western.
I'm inviting the student population to view the VP candidates' Web sites and let me know who I should vote for. E-mail me at email@example.com with your choices, and I will cast my vote accordingly.
Most of these candidates have a Web site some don't. There are pamphlets of all candidates available in the USC office on the third floor of the University Community Centre; I encourage all students to look at them.
I may only have a single vote, but I feel that it will be the one vote that reflects the will of the students at Western.
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