PULLMAN, Wash. – Election issue discussions and voter registration are among the ways the Center for Civic Engagement will help students at Washington State University learn about and prepare to participate in the U.S. presidential May primary and November election.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Changes in election campaigning due to massive spending by outside groups will be discussed at 11:10 a.m. Wednesday, April 16, in Bryan 308 as part of the Washington State University Foley Institute series. Pizza and pop will be served; RSVP to Vanessa Corwin at email@example.com.
PULLMAN, Wash. – Referendum 43-01, a policy for a tobacco-free campus, passed by 59.5 percent with 1,781 votes Wednesday. Jared Powell and LaKecia Farmer were elected president and vice president of the Associated Students of Washington State University.
It’s an election year, a good time to remember that the law strictly prohibits use of state resources for campaigning for candidates or ballot measures. There are neutral forums at WSU, such as Pullman’s Glenn Terrell Friendship Mall, where employees may go to campaign on the same basis as any other user of the […]
VANCOUVER – As the most wide-open presidential race in 50 years makes its way to Washington, students at WSU Vancouver will welcome Secretary of State Sam Reed and political parties to Primary Voices, a mock election and town hall. The bi-partisan campus event is slated for Feb. 4, 3:30 to 5 p.m. in the Administration […]
Neither the union nor the university had much to say following the third ratification vote regarding the proposed contract between the Washington Federation of State Employees and Washington State University. The election, held Dec. 1, 7 and 8, drew 730 participants — 56 percent of the 1,300 WSU classified staff represented by WFSE. Unlike the […]