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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 03, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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Bianca Filart

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After the 2018 ASUC elections, in which Student Action won the majority in both the senate and partisan executive races, candidates and ASUC stakeholders reflected on what may have contributed to the party’s victory.
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After the 2018 ASUC elections, in which Student Action won the majority in both the senate and partisan executive races, candidates and ASUC stakeholders reflected on what may have contributed to the party’s victory.
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After more than a month of campaigning on many different platforms — ranging from striking up conversation on Sproul Plaza to mass-messaging students on Facebook — ASUC candidates pulled out all the stops this week in a last-minute effort to vie for students’ votes.
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After more than a month of campaigning on many different platforms — ranging from striking up conversation on Sproul Plaza to mass-messaging students on Facebook — ASUC candidates pulled out all the stops this week in a last-minute effort to vie for students’ votes.
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Despite their distinct platforms, both candidates for the ASUC’s academic affairs vice president, or AAVP, aim to change the direction of the office, focusing most policy changes.
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Despite their distinct platforms, both candidates for the ASUC’s academic affairs vice president, or AAVP, aim to change the direction of the office, focusing most policy changes.
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Benefits of independent candidacy include an increased focus on a candidate’s particular platform, according to several current independent candidates.
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Benefits of independent candidacy include an increased focus on a candidate’s particular platform, according to several current independent candidates.
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Gearing up for ASUC’s 2018 election season, Student Action released a three-person executive slate Tuesday after winning two executive seats last year.
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Gearing up for ASUC’s 2018 election season, Student Action released a three-person executive slate Tuesday after winning two executive seats last year.
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Berkeley City Council is scheduled to consider amendments to the Group Living Accommodations Ordinance during its next regular meeting May 30.
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Berkeley City Council is scheduled to consider amendments to the Group Living Accommodations Ordinance during its next regular meeting May 30.
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ASUC executive and senate hopefuls, accompanied by hundreds of supporters, flooded the Arthur Andersen Auditorium in the Haas School of Business on Friday evening to learn the results of the 2016-17 ASUC elections.
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ASUC executive and senate hopefuls, accompanied by hundreds of supporters, flooded the Arthur Andersen Auditorium in the Haas School of Business on Friday evening to learn the results of the 2016-17 ASUC elections.
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In a reversal from last year’s results, Student Action swept all four partisan executive positions in the 2016 ASUC elections, announced at Friday’s tabulation ceremony.
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In a reversal from last year’s results, Student Action swept all four partisan executive positions in the 2016 ASUC elections, announced at Friday’s tabulation ceremony.
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On Tuesday evening, Student Action — a party traditionally known to represent the Greek, engineering and Jewish communities — announced 16 senate candidates for the upcoming ASUC elections.
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On Tuesday evening, Student Action — a party traditionally known to represent the Greek, engineering and Jewish communities — announced 16 senate candidates for the upcoming ASUC elections.
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