ASMSU election sees growth in voter turnout this year

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ASMSU election sees growth in voter turnout this year

The Associated Students of Michigan State University’s 52nd Session has come to end, as ASMSU met for the last time Thursday night.

Elections for the 53rd Session’s general assembly are taking place this week. Students can vote for up to four existing or write-in candidates of their choice to represent their college at ASMSU, depending on the size of the college’s student population. The elections will close Sunday at noon, with results coming at some point during the following two days.

“It’s an opportunity to continue to get more involved… I can represent my college on the general assembly and do my best to give back to the MSU community,” physics junior Ian Darling, who is running to represent the College of Natural Science, said. This is his first time running for an ASMSU position.

 

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By | 2016-06-09T14:21:29+00:00 April 8th, 2016|News, State News|0 Comments

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