Freshmen won’t learn about this ’till CC next year, but it’s time to participate in a few time-honored traditions: making fun of fresh-people CCSC candidates, and voting in real-people elections on Primary Day. 2014 CCSC campaigning began about a half hour ago, so expect to see a lot of posters outside the smokers’ benches at John Jay and Carman. A list of the enterprising freshmen:
|Party Name||Presidential Candidate||VP||Representative||Representative||Representative|
|: D (Columbia Destination)||Emma Dora Ruth Ziegellaub Eichler||Lisa Zhou||Stephan Luma||Jess Geiger||Kelly Gergoudis|
|Cristal’s Party||Cristal James|
|The Party||Matthew Chou||Geneva Smith||Nolan Kier||Krishna Hegde||Kem Walker|
|Morningside Wide||Stephen Kyle Cook||Candice Herschel||Nim Gumaste||Jack Walden|
|Columbia Progressive Trio||Nicolas B. Leeper||Andrew T. Glicklich||Robert Wren Gorden|
|Iüni||Isaiah New||Anoushka Asgari||Samantha Hing||David Baruch||Katherine Ynsinaire|
|The Kiwi Krew||Conan Cassidy||Joanna Kelly||Roko Rumora||Daphne Chen||Jessica Eaton|
A schedule of this year’s CCSC race: campaigning goes from today at 9 to Sep 17 at 5 pm.
September 15, 2010 at 6pm (in Lerner Broadway room) — Campaign kick-off event and first year study break
Sept 19 at 9pm in John Jay Lounge — Debate
Sept 20 at 9am – Sept 21 at 5 pm — Elections voting (online)
Results announced after 5pm on Sept 21
Today is also a big Primary Day. Vote or whatever! (But seriously, vote!) You can fill out an absentee ballot today and tomorrow at the Lerner Ramps, next to the TIC office, courtesy of the Columbia Voter Registration Coalition. If you’re local, find out where to vote here.