“ASUW Elections”


Fellow Huskies,

 It’s that time of year; the elections for next year’s Associated Students of the University of Washington (ASUW) Board of Directors are quickly approaching.  Last year, there was a record-breaking voter turnout of over 7000 students and this year, we’d like to see even more.  In order for you to gain a comprehensive knowledge about what each of the candidates stand for, there will be a series of forums leading up to voting week, including the first-ever Presidential Candidates Debate.  Your vote will decide who will lead the ASUW next year and how students’ voices are represented to the administration and beyond.
Upcoming Events for ASUW Elections 
Wednesday, April 25
Presidential Debate — Architecture Hall 147 5pm-7pm
Monday, April 30

Tuesday, May 1
ASUW Student Senate Forum — Gowen 301 5pm-7pm

Thursday, May 3
All Candidate’s Fair — Red Square 11am-2pm

Friday, May 4
The Daily’s Election Forum — Com 120 4pm-5:30pm
*An ASUW Voter’s Guide will be distributed in this day’s edition of the Daily.  Read about every candidate and their platform.*
Voting Days May 7, 8, 9
Vote online at vote.asuw.org
Vote in Red Square, Drumhellar Fountain, The Quad or 45th & 17th
Be sure to check out “The Voice” for comprehensive elections coverage: 
The Voice is designed to bring ASUW Elections news and commentary to students. Providing coverage and opinions on election events, platforms and more. The Voice seeks to educate students about the candidates and the positions they are running for so students can make a more informed decision when they vote, and to keep the candidates accountable in what they say and do. The material is written by a group of students with many collective years of ASUW experience.

Website: www.asuwvoices.org
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/The-Voice/195552727148931


Conor McLean

Associated Students of the University of Washington
(206) 543-1780
Brittany Pham

About Brittany Pham

ASUW Communications Director
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