Presidential hopefuls make final push

By Andrew Kaplan

Daily Staff Reporter

After three weeks of flyering, chalking and haunting the Diag in costumes, candidates in today’s student government elections are making their final campaign push before the Internet polls close tomorrow at midnight. Students can vote online at vote.www.umich.edu.

Spearheading the race for seats on the Michigan Student Assembly are Students First presidential candidate Angela Galardi, University Party presidential candidate Jon Clifton and Defend Affirmative Action Party presidential candidate Kate Stenvig.

While the presidential nominees have diversified their platforms with regard to campus improvements, they also advocate divergent views on what the assembly’s role should be in the debate over University admissions policies and war with Iraq.

Pledging her commitment to students, Galardi, currently MSA Budget Priorities Committee chair, said her goals as president include bringing career counseling to North Campus and following through with recent Students First projects – such as creating a new bus route on Central Campus, expanding Entr

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