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February 05, 2004
  VP Op-Fi - Jason BrownPDF files may take a moment to load

With so many other good candidates for the post of VP Op-Fi, it would be easy to overlook the inexperienced Jason Brown, and that is exactly what voters should do. Brown believes that "apathy control" spending should be reduced, that the SU should add a grocery store, a gas station and a liquor store, and that a giant vending machine wall could replace the stör--ideas with some merit were the SU considering upgrades to some kind of suburban mall.

February 05, 2004
  VP External - Kevin MaloneyPDF files may take a moment to load

Kevin Maloney, with Students' Union experience, a firm understanding of the position, a clean grasp of the issues and a modicum of ideas, would indeed make a good Vice-President External.

Maloney aptly recognized the successes and failures of VPs past, singling out Nick Vukovic's involvement with students and pointing to Lauren Batuik's skill in the community and with administration. If elected, instead of focusing on just one area, he would take a broader approach.

February 05, 2004
  President - Bryan WestPDF files may take a moment to load

While he may not like to hear it, Bryan West is the candidate of the old guard. Running primarily on a platform of minor readjustments and fine tuning, West is starkly contrasted by a number of other candidates running on radical platforms seeking to overhaul the Students' Union.

February 05, 2004
  Senate - Brett PearcePDF files may take a moment to load

Pearce also only seemingly investigated who the senate is and what the senate does to the extent of looking at the senate webpage. This clear lack of caring shows he is in this race since he saw no one else running initially. He will most likely simply take his free parking pass and go to the many banquets put on around Calgary by the University of Calgary Senate.

How will you identify student issues and how will you bring those issues, once identified, to the senate?


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