Mar 302009
 
Authors: Aaron Montoya

Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade talk about their campaign, which they say is revolutionary.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade say they’d like to cut costs via their budget and avoiding wasteful spending.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade would like to pursue reform with the CSU Police Department, focusing their efforts on safety instead of what they think are unnecessary enforcements.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade believe that their campaign is truly revolutionary — take a listen to their song and dance.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade say they would work towards educating professors on the open textbook system to see increased use of it and, in turn, save students money.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade think there are ways to make the homecoming concert more all-inclusive, including saying that Hughes Stadium may be an option.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade would like to improve Senate by making it more fun and productive.


Associated Students of Colorado State University Presidential Candidate Andy Moores and Vice Presidential Candidate Paul Wade say they’ll personally be on the plaza each week to garner student input on their decisions.


Check Collegian.com every day this week for video interviews from each candidate pair.

Or check www.collegian.com/ascsu09 for an archive of ASCSU election 2009 coverage.

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