Friday wrapped up a full week of round-the-clock campaigning for CU’s student government representative candidates.
As the most financially powerful student government in the nation, CUSG oversees a budget of $36 million and makes important decisions regarding student fees and the funding of cost centers like Wardenburg, the UMC and the Rec Center.
The two parties, Inspire and Pulse, were stationed in the UMC but could be found all over campus talking to students.
Students can vote until 8 p.m. Friday on MyCUInfo. Preliminary results will be available immediately afterwards on CUSG’s website.
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