The Charger Bulletin

Is it Worth it to Vote in A Predominantly Blue or Red State?

Is it Worth it to Vote in A Predominantly Blue or Red State?

Matt Verrilli, Staff Writer

March 11, 2020

Is it important for people in a red state like Arkansas or a blue state like Connecticut to vote for their party? In short, yes. It is possible to change the political climate of a state, though that only happens if everyone votes and the change could take decades, but it is possible. The most...

Meet the Candidates USGA Spring Elections

Meet the Candidates USGA Spring Elections

Beth Beaudry, Contributing Writer

February 21, 2020

University students met the candidates for the Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) spring 2020 election in Bucknall Theatre on Feb. 13. Candidates for president, treasurer, and senator presented their platforms to students. Candidates who could not make the event shared their platforms...

USGA Treasurer and President Candidates Debate

The five candidates for USGA president debated and discussed their individual platforms.

Everett Bishop, Student Life Editor

February 23, 2019

The Undergraduate Student Government Association (USGA) hosted the first round of their debates on Wednesday, Feb. 13 in the Henry C. Lee building. Candidates for USGA treasurer and president were given a chance to answer questions about what qualified them for the position and to share their platform wit...

Meet this year’s USGA candidates

Miriam Correia

March 19, 2015

Monday, March 9, the candidates for the USGA elections were formally introduced in the Bartels Programming Space.  Current USGA President, Richard Rotella, hosted and brought a lighthearted attitude to the event. Rotella opened the event and introduced every candidate: three for Presidential, one...

Presidential Candidates

The Charger Bulletin

March 27, 2013

 This week, the Charger Bulletin Staff asked Presidential and Treasurer candidates to answer a question regarding their perceived goals. We graciously thank all of the USGA candidates for their willingness to demonstrate their dedication to the UNH student body. Please do not forget to vote! Question: “As Pr...

Treasurer Candidates

The Charger Bulletin

March 27, 2013

Question: "What is the biggest challenge facing USGA in the next academic year and how would you work to solve it?” Isaak Kifle The biggest challenge that USGA will face in the next academic year will be to keep up with the rapid growth of the university and, consequently, the rapid growth of R...

The Election is Over…Now What?

Elizabeth Field

November 14, 2012

I woke up for the first time in months able to finally breathe. Nearly a year of inescapable debates, vicious advertisements and incoherent Facebook statuses plaguing my every waking moment had culminated in my anxiety levels skyrocketing to new heights. But the good news is it’s over. And although...

More on USGA Elections

Joann Wolwowicz

March 28, 2012

Continuing with my editorial topic from last week, this week I am going to focus more on the importance of voting in the USGA elections. Last week, to recap, I made a point to stress the importance of getting to know the candidates, find out what they stand for, and what they promise to do. Did you ...

USGA Elections are Coming!

Joann Wolwowicz

March 21, 2012

Now with spring break being over and done with and the semester looking shorter than ever, it’s that time again. What time do I mean? It’s USGA election time! Okay, so what does that mean for all of you out there reading this editorial? It means it’s time to pay attention and make a decision that wil...

Political Ads Get Mean Around Elections

Ashley McDowell

November 3, 2010

Have you seen any of the political ads on television lately? It seems that individuals cannot escape the hundreds of advertisements from our candidates and politicians, as everyone is bombarded with who should be elected. Coast to coast, north to south, mid-term races have candidates going negative i...

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