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BERKELEY'S NEWS • NOVEMBER 27, 2022

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At the Point of No Return meeting, the Elections Council arranged the order in which all approved candidates on the ballot would appear, including 12 independent senate candidates.
At the Point of No Return meeting, the Elections Council arranged the order in which all approved candidates on the ballot would appear, including 12 independent senate candidates.
Campus political party SQUELCH! did not file any candidate for this year’s ASUC elections, but Marandah Field-Elliot registered as the party’s signatory for this year.
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Campus political party SQUELCH! did not file any candidate for this year’s ASUC elections, but Marandah Field-Elliot registered as the party’s signatory for this year.
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While other presidential candidates campaign on Sproul Plaza by holding large signs with their names and faces on them, SQUELCH! presidential candidate Ghost has found it difficult to use traditional methods of campaigning because of one issue: transparency.
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While other presidential candidates campaign on Sproul Plaza by holding large signs with their names and faces on them, SQUELCH! presidential candidate Ghost has found it difficult to use traditional methods of campaigning because of one issue: transparency.
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In this year’s ASUC elections, campus political parties and candidates campaigns collectively spent about $9,000, which is about $4,000 less than last year’s total spending of more than $13,000.
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In this year’s ASUC elections, campus political parties and candidates campaigns collectively spent about $9,000, which is about $4,000 less than last year’s total spending of more than $13,000.
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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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As other ASUC candidates plaster students with flyers and wave large signs, SQUELCH! presidential candidate Kira can be found barking at squirrels and stalking pigeons.
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As other ASUC candidates plaster students with flyers and wave large signs, SQUELCH! presidential candidate Kira can be found barking at squirrels and stalking pigeons.
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The SQUELCH! party announced Thursday a satirical ASUC presidential candidate, Kira the Husky, running on platforms of “bipawtisanship,” counseling for “ruff” days and pigeon extermination, among others.
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The SQUELCH! party announced Thursday a satirical ASUC presidential candidate, Kira the Husky, running on platforms of “bipawtisanship,” counseling for “ruff” days and pigeon extermination, among others.
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