2011 ASI Campaign begins

By Greg Toumassian

(Last update: April 21, 9:25 p.m.)

The sound of mallets striking wooden stakes echoed across Cal
Poly Pomona early this morning as the campaign for next year’s
Associated Students, Inc. student-leaders began.

Within the first minute of Thursday ” just past midnight ”
members of Broncos United and CPP ONE began hammering posters on
wooden stakes around campus, beginning campaign efforts that will
lead into the May elections.

“Now there is actually a level of competition being another
ticket, especially this night the other ticket is going to be out
there,” said David Levinson, campaign manager for Broncos
United.

With Jonathan Jianu, vice president, and Matt Stafford, senator
pro-tempore and College of Environmental Design senator, running
for president and vice president, respectively, Broncos United said
the early morning campaign tactic was all about location.

“It’s prime real estate,” said Jianu. “The earlier you are, the
quicker you get everything up and the better visibility your
posters have.”

Jianu is no stranger to campaigning and said his experience with
ASI elections in the past is an important attribute to Broncos
United.

“We have very highly qualified and very well-respected
candidates from different fields who are coming together to work
together to make the campus a better place,” said Jianu.

For the CPP ONE ticket, ASI Business Senator Marques Dickson and
recently elected C.L.A.S.S Senator Justin Page will run for
president and vice president, respectively.

Dickson said cohesion among CPP ONE will be crucial.

“We don’t worry about what everybody else is doing because, in
my opinion, if we start worrying about what everybody else is doing
it breaks down the unit,” said Dickson.

Page said although CPP ONE is new to the ASI campaigning field,
its candidates will work collectively and bring their prior
knowledge of leadership to the table.

“We are the underdog ticket and we know that,” said Page. “We
have a lot of experience with leadership, but we don’t have a lot
of experience with running a campaign ” but we stuck together and
we all stayed out there until 4:30 a.m.”

By noon, both Broncos United and CPP ONE had created Facebook
accounts.

Candidates for Broncos
United:

Johnathan “Wookiee” Jianu – President

Matthew Stafford – Vice-President

Senators:

Alicia Martin – Senator-at-Large Educational Interest
Council

Shireen Amin – Senator-at-Large Greek
Senator

Dylan Delvin – Senator-at-Large Interhall
Council

Alicia Vajid – Senator-at-Large Multicultural
Council

Academic Colleges:

Cristina Saca – College of Letters, Arts, and Social
Science

Cristina Aceves – College of Education & Integrative
Studies

Erika White – College of Engineering

Rebecca Unitt – College of Environmental
Design

Brandon De Paul – College of Science

Hae Kang – Collin’s College of Hotel Restaurant
Management

Candidates for CPP ONE:

Marques Dickson – President

Justin Page – Vice-President

Senators:

Sophie Martini – Senator-at-Large Greek
Council

Robert “Tommy” Ward – Senator-at-Large Multicultural
Council

Timothy “T.J.” Coggins – Senator-at-Large Inter-Hall
Council

Academic Colleges:

Gabriel Barrios – College of Agriculture

Evin Coukis – College of Business
Administration

Cathy Woo – Collin’s College of Hotel Restaurant
Management

Olaleye Olayinka – College of Engineering

Warren Wigh – College of Environmental
Design

Priya Patel – College of Letters, Arts, and Social
Science

Katherine Hitchcock – College of Science

2011 ASI Campaign begins

Pedro Corona / The Poly Post

2011 ASI Campaign begins

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