It was Election Day yesterday and many states across the nation held votes on ballot measures.
The Daily, the University of Washington’s campus newspaper, asked representatives from the six largest political groups on campus ranging from socialist to libertarian, to weigh in on how their groups feel about the issues. Steve Heidenreich, the Public Relations Chair for the UW-Seattle YAL Chapter, spoke out in favor of limited government proposals including liquor sales privatization and education reform over education levies.
While focused on yesterday’s election, the discussion was the perfect segue into next week’s forum, a now-quarterly tradition during which the Young Americans for Liberty, International Socialist, Young Democrats and College Republicans chapters gather to discuss an important current event. This quarter’s topic: Obama’s Jobs Plan.
This is a perfect example of what you can do to help raise awareness of your chapter and ideology while boosting your legitimacy with other campus organizations. How can you make this happen on your campus? It’s easy!