Getting involved and becoming an informed voter

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OPIRG-Brock getting the vote out

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OPIRG-­Brock exists to support initiatives that make the world a better place and improves the lives of students. Since the BUSU elections have such a big role to play, OPIRG­-Brock is helping engage candidates and other students on important issues in the elections process.

For more information on candidates’ issues in this week’s election, visit yourbrock.org/vote

The Brock Student Sexual Violence Centre engages candidates

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The Brock Student Sexual Violence Support Centre asked candidates, “If elected, what would you do to promote the support services and educational campaigns run by The Brock Student Sexual Violence Support Centre?”

Additional information, as well as the candidates’ responses can be accessed at asaferbrock.org/vote

Fed Up The Affordable Food Project sets forth question for candidates

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Fed Up The Affordable Food Project asked candidates, “If voted in, how would you support the Affordable Food Project’s work to bring more affordable and healthy food options to students at Brock?”

You can find the candidates’ responses and more information at feedbrock.org/vote

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