UPDATE: ELECTIONS POSTPONED until April 30-May 2nd!
The 2013 Student Government Elections are coming up, Tuesday April 30 @9am – Thursday May 2 @ 5pm. This year’s election really matters, and as members of the GSU, we need your help! Here are our asks:
1) GET INFORMED! This year the Organizing Committee recommends the Impact Slate, and write-in candidate Ray Noll for Graduate Liaison. See below for information on both!
2) GET OUT THE VOTE! Tell your department, your friends, your world that this election MATTERS to GSU and all graduate students! We have a quick vote guide for printing and distributing below!
3) VOTE VOTE VOTE! make sure you vote, at http://sg.uchicago.edu/. Voting opens Tuesday April 30th at 9:00am and closes Thursday May 2nd at 5:00pm.
this year’s election REALLY matters to graduate students
As graduate students we don’t often interact with student government. We are required to pay quarterly student life fees but have little voice in how our money is spent. This year, however, we have the unique opportunity to vote for a progressive slate that will actively work with GSU to improve the conditions of graduate student life. A few minutes of your time now could have a huge impact on all of our lives next year.
every vote counts!
OC recommends: (the slate)
GET OUT THE VOTE!
We are asking GSU members to spread the word in their departments—by holding a departmental meeting, making an announcement over email, and/or having conversations asking and reminding people to vote. We will also be flyering outside of the Regenstein, asking folks to vote and talking to them about graduate student issues.
Here is a quick vote guide for printing and distribution:
VOTE VOTE VOTE!
Go to sg.uchicago.edu between April 30 @9am and May 2 @ 5pm and BE THE GSU SWING VOTE!