The Undergraduate Student Government (USG) is the main governing body of the undergraduate community at CWRU. With the tagline “Students First,” USG is responsible for representing the interests of students to the university. By voting, students can support candidates who they feel will most closely represent their interests. If there are specific issues or concerns that students feel strongly about, voting for a candidate that also emphasizes these issues will increase the likelihood of them getting addressed from an official platform.
Voting will occur online at vote.case.edu from midnight on Wednesday, April 17 to 11:59 p.m on Thursday, April 18.
For questions or concerns about the USG election, contact Spring 2019 USG Elections Commissioner, fourth-year student Prince Ghosh at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Visit observer.case.edu for the latest on the USG election.
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