Gentlemen of Wabash College:
Do you want your vote to matter?
Do you want your voice to be heard?
Most importantly: do you want a President that sends his own emails?
Vote Ballard-Dzurovcik: the ticket that will stand up for students!
- We will fill all Constitutionally-eligible positions (including Treasurer and Secretary) with candidates nominated by the student body. We want your Cabinet to reflect your ideas-—not those of friends appointed to earn votes. In a follow-up election, anyone can run, and anyone can win: making sure they represent your interests, not just ours.
- We will always be accessible to all students. Have an event idea? Disturbed by today's offerings in Sparks? Just want to ask what's new? Let us know! There's no reason for red tape at a College of our size; you can always reach out to us and expect a quick response.
- We will advocate for your interests with the College administration. No secret "done deals" will be accepted by our Government. Our job is to stand up for the student body, make your voice heard, and if all else fails find compromise; our job is not to repackage and sell Center Hall's priorities to you. This is Wabash College, not Soviet Russia.
- We will establish regular, direct lines of communication. It is your right to hear from your student representatives. That's part of the job! To model this, we will keep you informed through monthly town halls, regular email updates, and new initiatives meant to directly connect Senators with their constituents. There also won't be any "blind memos" from an appointee—you'll hear directly from us, in our own words.
- We will actively seek out and value your opinion. We will respect and reflect your opinions on all sorts of decisions: everything from the Bell shirt design, to next year's social events, to what students seek from President Hess's successor. We'll represent you for the entire year, not just when it's politically convenient.
So, if you're interested in a ticket that will listen to you, the student body: please add your name below. Let's make Wabash the college we were sold on: a place where student voices actually matter.