ASU student government 2015 elections

With student government election campaigns fast approaching, students should be preparing to cast their ballots on March 31 and April 1.

The State Press has collected information about each executive ticket's platform and plans for their campus, so students can acquaint themselves with the issues and future leaders.

West

(Ben Moffat/State Press) (Ben Moffat/State Press)

Downtown

Vice President of Policy candidate Ryan Boyd (left), presidential candidate Corina Tapscott and Vice President of Services candidate Katherine Hofland pose for a portrait on Tuesday, March 17, 2015 on Taylor Mall at the Downtown campus. The three are running together as one executive ticket in this year's USGD election. (Ben Moffat/The State Press) (Ben Moffat/The State Press)

Tempe

(Photo courtesy of votemiller2015.com and votezlaket.com) (Photo courtesy of votemiller2015.com and votezlaket.com)

Polytechnic

Vice President of Policy candidate Wade Adams (left), presidential candidate Kile Halliday and Vice President of Services candidate Danielle Earl pose for a portrait on Thursday, March 19, 2015 on the Polytechnic campus. The three are running together as one executive ticket in this year's USG Polytechnic election. (Ben Moffat/The State Press) (Ben Moffat/The State Press)


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