Students voted today in the different Associated Student Election booths set up around campus. In the second day of elections, members promote different outlets for students to vote which is online, in your email, or in person.
“It gets the community involved and to make changes they want to see,” said Lorena Cortez Associate Student street member.
In order to attract students to come to the booth, members gave out $5 dollars Mata Money gift card to get the first one hundred students who came to vote.
Cortex explained that students are busy between class so she suggest voting on the phone is better.
Student Ashley Bogdanich, kinesiology major said voting is a way for her to get involved on campus.
“To support students so we can have a better future,” Bogdanich said.
Sophomore Taylor Duncan, economics major said voting is a way to giver her opinion.
“I voted at home because it was easier access for me,” said Duncan.
Ashley Grant, Sunshine Chatman, and Matthew Wojtasiak contributed to this report.