Post Tagged with: "Democratic Process Party"

Front row from left to right: Melvin Singh, Beatrice Contreras, Ali Guthy and Angela Lau.
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OPP Sweeps A.S. Elections for a Second Year

Tears and screams filled the Hub last night during Associated Students Elections Results as the Open People’s Party took nearly every position for the second year in a row, with just one Democratic Process Party candidate and one independent candidate getting voted in. All quarterly lock-in fee reaffirmations were approved and new fees for Queer Commission/LGBTQ students and a composting program were passed.

A.S. Presidential Candidates Debate in Final Forum
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A.S. Presidential Candidates Debate in Final Forum

Last night at the Hub, Associated Students Internal Vice President candidate Angela Lau and Presidential candidates Navkiran “Navi” Kaur and Ali Guthy discussed their qualifications, plans and values in the last night of forums during this week of A.S. election campaigning.

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Prospective A.S. Senators Debate in the Hub

During the Associated Students On-Campus and University-Owned Housing Senator debates, senatorial candidates for the 2014-15 academic school year congregated in the Hub yesterday to discuss their views on specific campus-related issues as well as proposed solutions and future plans.

UCSB students Bailey Loverin and Amir Khazaieli engage in debate yesterday at the Hub. The SAG candidates discussed topics such as student outreach plans.
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A.S. Candidates Debate Goals, Plans

Last night, prospective candidates for Associated Students External Vice President of Local Affairs, External Vice President of Statewide Affairs, and Student Advocate General gathered in the Hub to debate their plans and ideas in this year’s A.S. electoral race.

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A.S. Election Season Starts With Information Sessions

Both the Democratic Process Party (DP) and Open People’s Party (OPP) — the two dominating political parties in Associated Students elections — have begun their informational sessions regarding the upcoming spring elections.