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Vote in the Buffalo State Student Elections: March 31-April 3

Vote in the Buffalo State Student Elections: March 31-April 3

Posted: March 31, 2014

Beginning Monday, March 31, Buffalo State students have the opportunity to vote for representatives in the United Students Government (USG).

All enrolled undergraduate students are invited to cast their ballots. A separate ballot is available for graduate students. A student ID or valid driver’s license is required.

Voting will be held in the Campbell Student Union’s lower-level lobby, next to the Barnes & Noble at Buffalo State Bookstore. Polls will be open Monday through Wednesday, from 9:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.; and Thursday, April 3, from 7:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

This election includes all USG officer positions: president, executive vice president, treasurer, and associate vice president positions. Positions for USG senators and student seats on the Buffalo State College Council and College Senate and are also open.

Candidates had the opportunity to record introductions to voters and describe their platforms—View USG student election candidate speeches.

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Jerod T. Dahlgren
Communications Director
(716) 878-4201
dahlgrjt@buffalostate.edu

Laurie A. Kaiser
Assistant Director, Communications
(716) 878-3520
kaiserla@buffalostate.edu

Michael T. Canfield
Communications Specialist
(716) 878-3517
canfiemt@buffalostate.edu

Nancy Paschke
Editorial Director
(716) 878-4237
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