Student Government Rocks GOTV at Cambridge

Cambridge Student Government registers students to vote at a recent Club Fair

Sixty two ARCC-Cambridge students registered to vote this month through the Cambridge Student Government’s Get Out the Vote (GOTV) campaign. They are very close to their goal of registering 94 students. This effort is part of the Minnesota State College Association’s GOTV campaign, where colleges compete with one another to register students. Currently, Cambridge is in the top 25% of most students registered.

PHOTO BY CASSANDRA FISKEWOLD Cole Willis, director of Student Government Public Relations, enthusiastically registers students to vote.

PHOTO BY CASSANDRA FISKEWOLD      Cole Willis, director of Student Government Public Relations, enthusiastically registers students to vote.

 

Cambridge Student Government registers students to vote at a recent Club Fair

PHOTO BY CASSANDRA FISKEWOLD                      Cambridge Student Government registers students to vote at a recent Club Fair

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