The speakers said that finance accountability in political candidate campaigns leads to higher voter turnout.
Read the senatorial candidates' statements on why you should vote for them
Four voting locations will be set up around campus and students can cast their votes online as well.
Eric Burse and Andy Greos hope to create a student community service assembly.
Jabree Webber, a freshman majoring in theatre, hands out water bottles for the first day of Undergraduate Student Government campaigns. The presidential tickets for 2011 to 2012 are Eric Burse and Andy Greos, Alex Fadil and Rohan Mehra, and Monish Tyagi and Logan Lachman. Voting begins Feb. 15 and ends Feb. 17.
Campus center officials told the candidates that they wanted to keep the area neutral.
Spring is almost upon us, and at USC the new season means a fresh start for Undergraduate Student Government. Already we can see campaign posters budding in the grass along Trousdale; that’s because last night at midnight the campaigns began, and the candidates for the upcoming elections were ready to disperse their fresh slogans and […]
Students have noticed the candidates' posters and efforts to speak to them.
All tickets began campaigning online at midnight.
The USC College Democrats and Students for Meg will be out campaigning on Tuesday.