Campaign tactics changes may have affected election outcome

Change was the buzzword in this year’s ASUC election. Not only did CalSERVE successfully elect its first presidential candidate, Deejay Pepito, in four years, traditionally satirical party SQUELCH! claimed its stake in the campus political scene as a viable third party contender.
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DAAP presidential candidate David Douglass advocates for integration, minority rights

Beyond Rhetoric

During his presidential campaign, David Douglass of the Defend Affirmative Action Party has emphasized a legacy of action and protest, saying that he hopes to revive the “youth-led progressive movement.” If elected, Douglass, aims to lead students against fee hikes, advocate for immigrant rights and double the underrepresented minority enrollment on campus.
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