UC community calls for noninstructional holiday on Election Day

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The current UC policy is to allow up to two hours off for staff to vote if they are scheduled to work at least eight hours that day, according to Miyako Iwata, director of the ASUC Vote Coalition.

A letter asking the UC Board of Regents to deem Election Day a noninstructional holiday for all UC campuses has been signed by more than 1,000 UC students, alumni, staff and organizations.
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