Take to the polls, vote

UW Oshkosh students will elect the Oshkosh Student Association president, vice president and members of the senate on March 8 and 9. Less than two percent of UWO students voted in last year’s election. That lack of participation can only be attributed to a failure to understand the power that comes with those positions. UWO students pay more than $9 million in segregated fees annually and OSA works in conjunction with the Student Allocations Committee to distribute those funds. All too often voters cast their ballots either uninformed or ill informed. Here are the legislative candidates, in their own words, on why students should vote for them. Read what they have to say and make an informed decision. Order of candidates determined by coin flip.