Three of the five seats on the County Board of Supervisors will be voted on, and with six candidates in total it can be hard to keep track of all the campaigns. Here’s your guide to understanding the election.
A quarter in: Has ASI President Jasmin Fashami kept campaign promises?
A majority of students who responded to a Mustang News Instagram poll felt that ASI President Jasmin Fashami has upheld her campaign promises thus far.
Spending limit a first for this year’s ASI election
This year’s Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) elections are the first to feature presidential campaign spending limits. The $2,000 spending limit was passed by the ASI Board of Directors Jan. 11 as part of the ASI Election Code. This spending limit only applies to presidential candidates; there is no cap for ASI Board of Directors candidates. […]
Cal Poly student company uses hemp products to restore, preserve and explore the planet
For every product sold by the Bract Company, two trees will be planted by the National Forest Foundation.
Why this election is nearly impossible to explain
Election years provide political science departments with opportunities to teach using real world examples of campaigns as they happen. But professors have been confronted with an unusual challenge this election season: how do you teach a presidential election that defies all norms? Professors had to rethink some of their material to reflect the unusual strategies […]
Cal Poly senior seeks spot in SLO City Council
It has been 45 years since a Cal Poly student was last elected to serve for the San Luis Obispo City Council.
Time With Eric: ASI 2015 presidential candidates
Host Eric Djance sits down with the two ASI presidential candidates.
ASI elections are a time to reflect on the direction Cal Poly is headed
I am happy to be politically neutral today — a first, I think, since I began writing my columns. But, as they say, there’s a first time for everything. I began thinking about who I will choose to vote for next week in the ASI Presidential campaign by asking myself similar questions as I do during national presidential campaigns.
Cal Poly students back from Copenhagen now making impact locally
Eight Cal Poly students and alumni who attended the UN Global Climate Summit in Copenhagen were discouraged by the lack of political involvement, so they decided to implement change on a smaller scale.
ASI president minimum GPA requirement turned into law
A university bylaw, concerning the minimum GPA requirement for ASI presidents, passed Wednesday, in preparation for the coming ASI presidential elections.