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Canilt esaAs a guide for voters, MSA candidates were
asked to express their views on issues in this

express
views on
ca mpaign

year's campaign.
The responses printed here are taken from
surveys which were made available to all can-
didates.
Following are the ten questions that were an-
swered "yes" or "no" on the survey. The ab-
breviations used are in parentheses.
" Should MSA fund only groups which deal ex-
clusively with campus or University-related
issues? (Campus issue funding only)
" Is MSA's current relationship with the
University administration appropriate? (Admin.
relationship OK) Of those candidates who an-
swered no, some propose a complete break of
financial ties between MSA and the University,

while others advocate attempts to get a student
Regent or a student on the University executive
committee.
" Should MSA lobby on the state level? (State
lobbying)
* Should MSA lobby on the federal level
(Federal lobbying)
" Should MSA send members out of state to
lobby or attend conferences? (Out-of-state trips)
" Should MSA representatives be paid? (Paid
MSA reps)
" Should MSA officers be paid? (Paid MSA of-
ficers)'
Candidates were also asked to answer the
following questions about this year's ballot
proposals:
9 Should the election board certify MSA elec-

tions subject to the appellate jurisdiction of the
Central Student Judiciary?
" Should the current preferential voting
system be abandoned for a plurality or
"straight" voting system?
" Should the MSA mandatory $2.92 fee
assessment go up to $4.25 over the next three
years?
Lastly, candidates were asked to prioritize the
following existing or future MSA functions:
Allocations to student groups, more input into
the University budget process, more input into
the University tenure process, getting a student
seat on the University Board of Regents, course
evaluation program, capital investments in
University property, campus security, student
counseling, and minority services.

Candidates were also permitted to listand rate
two of their awn priorities.
Questions to which candidates answered 'yes"
were abbreviated and put under the yes
category; those questions answered with a "no"
were placed in the no category.
1 Priorities are printed exactly as the can-
didates rated them: a "1" means the issue
should be of the highest importance forMSA, a
"2" means next highest priority, and so on.
Although there are over 100 candidates,
only 54 submitted surveys. (Presidential and
vice-presidential candidates were
interviewed individually last week.)
The number in parentheses after the namei
of each school or college indicates the number
of representative seats open on MSA for that
college.

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'aw (1)
OHN CRABLE, 2nd, PAC/BS{!
YES: State lobbying, election board
certification, plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, federal
lobbying, paid MSA reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 8 hours/week.
PRIORITIES: 1) course evluations; 2) student
housing; 3) allocations; 4) U budget input; 5)
counseling, minority services; 6) campus security;
7) tenure input, student on U exec. comm.,
student Regent. {
pharmacy (1) -
CAMILLE QUINCANNON, Sr., SABRE
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-
state trips, elections board certification.
NO: Campus issue funding only, paid MSA
officers, paid MSA reps, MSA fee increase,
plurality voting.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 6 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) counseling; 3)
student Regent; 4) tenure input; 5) U budget
input; 6) course evaluations; 7) student on U
exec. comm.; 8) campus security; 9) Michigan
Union student board; 10) state lobbying; 11)
capitol investments in U property.-
lsa (11)
E. BARETTE BATY Jr., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, election- board
certification, MSA fee increase.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, paid MSA reps,
paid MSA officers, plurality voting.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) minority services;
3) counseling; 4) housing, U budget input, tenure
input, student on U exec. comm., student Regent,
course evaluations, capital investments in U
property, campus security.

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REID BUTLER, 2nd, INDEP.
YES: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, state lobbying, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, election board certification.
NO: Paid MSA reps, paid ,MSA officers,
plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 1015 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) counseling; 2) campus security;
3) allocations; 4) minority services; 5) student
Regent; 6) student on U exec. comm.; 7) course
evaluations; 8) U budget input; 9) tenure input.

art (1)
JOAN KENNEDY, Jr., SABRE
YES: Adm. relationship OK, state lobbying,
federal lobbying, out-of-state trips, election
board certification, plurality voting, MSA fee
increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: Amount
necessary.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) U budget input,
capital investments in U property; 3) student
Regent, course evaluations; 4) tenure input; 5)
student on U exec. comm., counseling; 6) campus
security; 7) minority services.

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business administration (2)

THOMAS GOOD, Jr., ARM
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, election board certification, plurality
voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 12-15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) compus security;
3) U budget input; 4) tenure input; 5) counseling;
6) student on U exec. comm.; 7) minority services;
8) course evaluations; 9) student Regent.

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PAUL GRACEY. Jr.. SABRE
YES: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, state lobbying, election board
certification, plurality voting.
NO: Federal lobbying, out-of-state trips, paid
MSA reps, paid MSA officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 11-16 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) campus security: 2) counseling;
3) allocations; 4) student on U exec. comm.; 5)
student Regent; 6) tenure input; 7) U budget
input; 8) course evaluations,
music (1)
BETH DOCHINGER, Jr., SABRE*
YES: Campus issue funding only, election
board certifiction, plurality voting, MSA fee
increase.
NO: 'Admin. relationship OK, state Jobbying,
federal lobbying, out-of-state trips, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA off iers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) course
evaluations: 3) campus security; 4) reinstate
Central Student Judiciary; 5) capital investments
in U property; 6) tenure input; 7) minority
services.

MARK VANDERBROEK, Jr., SABRE
YES: Camus issue funding only, state lobbying,
out-of-state trips, election board certification,
plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Admin. relationship appropriate, federal
lobbying, paid MSA reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10-15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) U budget input; 3)
tenure input; 4) minority services; 5) student on U
exec. comm.; 6) student Regent; 7) campus
security; 8) counseling; 9) course evaluations.
ANDREA FAHEY, Fr., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, electbn board
certification, plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relatonship OK, federal lobbying, paid MSA reps,
paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 5-10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) housing; 2) minority services; 3)
allocations; 4) U budget input, tenure input,
student on U exec. comm., s udent Regents,
course evaluations, capital investments in U
properfy, campus security, counseling.

msa candidates

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ORAH BILMES, Fr., PAC/B3U
YES: State lobbyingfederolobbying, plurality
voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, election board certification.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 6-7
hours/week.
PRIORITIES: 1) student housing; 2) counseling;
3) allocations: 4) tenure input; 5) U budget input,
student on U exec. comm., student Regent,
course evaluations, compus security, minority
services, student awareness of MSA.

BRUCE BRUMBERG, Jr., INDEP.
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, federal lobbying, election board
certification, plurality voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, paid MSA reps.
paid MSA officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: Unlimited.
PRIORITIES: 1) U budget input, tenure input,
student on U exec. comm.. course evaluations,
campus security, T.A. training, study space; 2)
allocations, student Regent, counseling, minority
services; 3) capital investments in U property.

CLAUDIA CENTOMINI, Fr., ISP
YES: State lobbying, election board
certification, plurality voting.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, federal lobbying, out-of-state
trips, paid MSA reps, paid MSA officers, MSA fee
increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 12 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) student Regent: 2) course
evaluations; 3) counseling; 4) student on U exec.
comm.; 5) capital investments in U property: 6)
minority services; 7) allocations; 8) tenure input;
9) campus security; 10) U budget input.

BERNAR EDELMAN, So., INDEP.
YES: State obbying, election board
certification, plurality voting, MSA fee increase,
out-of-state trips.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin,
relationship OK, federal lobbying, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) student review of T.A.
selection: 2) counseling: 3) minority services;
4) campus security; 5) tenure input: 6) student on
U exec. comm., 7) allocations; 8) student Regent;
9) course evaluations: 10) U budget input.

JAY FINKEL, Sr., PAC/BSU
YES: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, state lobbying, election board
certification, plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Federal lobbying, out-of-state trips, paid
MSA reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 7 hours/week.
PRIORITIES: 1) student housing; 2) U budget
input; 3) course evaluations; 4) tenure input,
campus security, counseling, minority services.

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TROY FREVER, Fr., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, election
board certification, MSA fee increase,
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK. paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, plurality voting.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 20 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) course evaluations; 2)
counseling, minority services, housing; 3)
allocations, U uibget input; discern student
views; 4) tenure input, student on school or
college exec. comm., GEO support, campus
security; 5) student Regent.

JOHN GEORGE, Fr., ARM
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, election board certification, plurality
voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 20 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) U budget input; 3)
campus Isecurity; 4) course evaluations; 5)
minority services; 6) counseling; 7) student on U
exec. comm.; 8) tenure input; 9) student Regent.

SHAWN GOODMAN, So., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, election board
certificatio'r MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only. Admin.
relationship OK, federal lobbying, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers, plurality voting.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10-12 hours/
week,
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) tenure input; 3) U
budget input; 4) student on U exec. comm.,
student Regent, course evaluations, campus
security, counseling, minority services, housing.

AMY HARTMANN, SABRE
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-
state trips, election board certification, plurality
voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers,
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 25 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) student on U exec. comm.; 2)
student Regent; 3) U budget input; 4) tenure'
input; 5) housing: 6) allocations; 7) counseling; 8)
minority services; 9) course evaluations; 10)
campus security: 11) capital investments in U
property.

CAROL ISEN, Jr., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, election
board certification, MSA fee increase.
NO:, Campus issue funding only,,Admin..
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 12 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) academic freedom for students
and teachers; 2) U budget input; 3) tenure input;
4) housing issues.,
t

PAUL LEE, Jr., ARM
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-state trips,
election board certification, plurality voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, paid MSA reps,
paid MSA officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME 'COMMITMENT: 15-20 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) MSA's interno "housekeeping";
2) allocations; 3) quality of education; 4) U budget
input: 5) course evaluations; 6) counseling; 7)
minority services; 8) tenure input; 9) student on U
exec. comm.

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BETH LORI, Jr.. PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, election,
board certification, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, plurality voting.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 7-10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations, student on LSA
exec. comm., course evaluations, counseling; 2)
U budget input, tenure input, compus security,
minority services, more minority staff and
students; 3) capitol investments in U property,
housing; 4) student Regent.

MARGARET MALY, Fr., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, election board
certification, plurolity voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Compus issue funding only, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) course
evaluations, compus security: 3) U budget input,
counseling, ,minority services, communications
between students ,ond MSA; 4) tenure input,
women's issues: 5) student on U exec. comm.,
student Regent.

LISA MANDEL, So., SABRE '
YES: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, state lobbying, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, election board certification,
plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Paid MSA reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) improved MSA-student
communication: 2) allocations: 3) campus
security: 4) minority services, 5) coursf
evaluations; 6) counseling; 7) student Regents; 8)
student on U exec. comm.; 9) capital investments
in U property.

ANDREW MASSIK, So., PAC/BSU
Yes: State lobbying, election board
certification, MSA fee increase,
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, plurality voting.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 12 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) course evaluations; 2)
counseling, educational quality; 3) housing: 4)
allocations, U budget input, tenure input, student
on U exec. comm., campus security, minority
services.

TOM McLAUGHLIN, Fr., GATOR
YES: State lobbying, out-of-state trips, paid
MSA reps, paid MSA officers, election board
certification, plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, federal lobbying.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) increasing MSA responsiveness
to students; 2) student on U exec. Comm.; 3)
tenure input; 4) allocations; 5) reviving OSS
policy-advisory board; 6) course evaluations; 7)
minority services; 8) counseling; 9) student
Regent; 10) campus security; 11) U budget input;
12) capital investments in U property.

IDA PANELLA. So., SABRE
YES: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, state lobbying, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, paid MSA officers, election
board, certification, plurality voting, MSA fee
increse.
NO: Paid MSA reps.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) course
evaluations; 3) more library space; 4) counseling;
5) U budget input; 6) tenure input; 7) campus
security; 8) student Regent; 9) minority services;
10) student on U exec. comm.

4 . I Ir

KENNETH REEVES, So., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-
state trips, election board certification, plurality
voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, MSA reps paid, MSA officers
paid.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10-15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations, minority services; 2)
campus security; 3) tenure input, course
evaluations, counseling; 4) U budget input,
student Regent, student on U exec. comm.,
capitol investments in University property,
housing issues
medical (1)
THOMAS MURPHY. 1st, ARM

TOM ROBINSON, Jr., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, election
board certification, plurality voting, MSA fee
increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers.,
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 25 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) course evaluations; 2) campus
security, minority services; 3) allocations; 4) U
budget input, tenure input, student on U exec.
comm., counseling, student housing, increased
MSA activity information; 5) student Regent.
rackham (6)
JANESE CHAPMAN, 2nd, PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, plurality voting.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, federal lobbying, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 5 hours!
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) minority services;
3) course evaluations; 4) U budget input, tenure
input, campus security, counseling.

JEANETTE SCHEID. So., ISP
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-
state trips, plurality voting.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, MSA reps paid, MSA officers
paid, election board certification, MSA fee
increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 6-8 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) campus security;
3) counseling: 4) minority services; 5) U budget
input; 6) course evaluations;.7) tenure input; 8)
student on U exec. comm.; 9) student Regent; 10)
capital investments in U property.

TOM STEPHENS. Sr., INDEP.
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, federal lobbying, election board
certification, plurality voting, MSA fee increase.
NO: Out-of-state trips, paid MSA reps, paid
MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) minority
enrollment; 3) tenure input; 4) elimination of
preferential voting; 5) minority services; 6)
counseling; 7) student Regents; 8) student on U
exec. comm.

ROBERT SWILLER, Jr.; SABRE
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-
state trips, election board certification, plurality
voting.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10-15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) counseling; 3)
campus security; 4) minority services; 5) student
grievance committee; 6) U budget input; 7)
student Regent; 8) tenure input; 9) course
evaluations; 10) student on U exec. comm.; 11)
capital investments in U property.

DAVID TROTT, So., SABRE
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-state trips,
election board certification, plurality voting, MSA
fee increase.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, paid MSA reps,
paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours/
week. 1
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) campus security;
3) student Regent; 4) counseling; 5) minority
services; 6) course evaluations; 7) U budget input;
8) student on U exec. comm.

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YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, election board certification, plurality
voting.
NO: Admin.relationship OK, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 12-15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) U budget input; 3)
compus security; 4) tenure input; 5) counseling; 6)
student on exec. comm.; 7) minority services; 8)
course evaluations; 9) student Regent.
engineering (3) -
MIKE CHAMPNESS, Jr., ISP
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, election board certification, plurality
voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, federal lobbying,
paid MSA reps, paid MSA officers, MSA fee
increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10-15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations: 2) course
evaluations; 3) increased publicity of issues; 4)
counseling; 5) alleviating housing shortage: 6)
tenure input; 7) compus security: 8) minority
services: 9) capital investments in U property;
10) U budget input; 11) student on U exec. comm.;
12) student Regent.

TIMOTHY FEEMAN, PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, MSA fee increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, elections board certification, MSA fee
increase,
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 7-10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) U budget input, minority
services; 2) allocations, support for GEO's goals;
3) course evaluations, dorm and off-campus
housing; 4) tenure input, campus security; 5)
student on U exec. comm., student Regent.
counseling.

EUNICE ANNETTE JONES, So., BSU/PAC
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, election
board certification, plurality voting.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers. MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours!
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) U budget input, tenure input.
student on U exec. comm., student Regent,
minority services, student housing, women
issues; 2) allocations, course evaluations; 3)
campus security, counseling.

SHIRLEY MALLETT, Grad., PAC/BSU
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-
state trips, election board certification, MSA fee
increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, plurality voting. .
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 15 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) minority services;
3) counseling; 4) tenure input; 5) U budget input;
6) course evaluations; 7) campus security; 8)
women concern; 9) housing.

H. SCOTT PROSTERNIAN, Grad., PAC
YES: State lobbying, federal lobbying, plurality
voting, MSA fee increase,
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 5-7 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) student housing,
communications; 2) allocations; 3) U budget
input, tenure input: 4) minority services; 5)
student on U exec. comm., student Regent,
course evaluations, capital investments in U
property, campus security, counseling.

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JOHN IGNATOWSKI, 3rd, INDEP.
YES: Compus issue funding only.
NO: Admin. relationship appropriate, state
lobbying, federal lobbying, out-of-state trips,
paid MSA reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: Unknown.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) course evaluation
program; 3) counseling.

KEVIN IRELAND, Fr., ISP
YES: State lobbying, out-of-state trips, election
board certification, plurality voting, MSA fee
increase.
NO: Campus issue funding only, Admin.
relationship OK, paid MSA reps. -paid MSA
officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 8-12 hours/
week,
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) counseling; 3)
minority services; 4) student Regent; 5) campus
security; 6) course evaluations; 7) U budget
input; 8) increase in underclassmen participation;
9) more student interaction, correspondence; 10)
more tenure input; 11) student on U exec. comm.;
12) capital investments in U property.
nursing (1)

RUSSELL LEVINE, So., SABRE
YES: Campus issue funding only, election
board certification, plurality voting, MSA fee
increase.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, state lobbying,
federal lobbying, out-of-state trips, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10 hours/
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) campus security; 2) lock of
adequate parking; 3) lack of adequate interest on
security deposits: 4) more U budget input; 5)
minority services; 6) allocations; 7) course
evaluations: 8) counseling; 9) student Regent: 10)
student on U exec. comm.
social work (1)-

ALAN ROSENBAUM. Jr.. ISP
YES: Campus issue funding only, election
board certification, plurality voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, state lobbying,
federal lobbying, out-of-state trips, paid MSA
reps, paid MSA officers, MSA fee increase,
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 10-15/hours
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations, U budget input,
tenure input, campus security, counseling,
minority services, student relations,
communication committee, election review; 2)
student Regent, course evaluations, capital
investments in U property.

KEN WOOD, So., ARM
YES: Campus issue funding only, state
lobbying, election board certification, plurality
voting.
NO: Admin. relationship OK, federal lobbying,
out-of-state trips, paid MSA reps, paid MSA
officers, MSA fee increase.
EXPECTED TIME COMMITMENT: 14-18/hours
week.
PRIORITIES: 1) allocations; 2) campus security;
3) U budget input; 4) tenure input; 5) counseling
6) minority services; 7) capital investments in U
property; 8) course evaluations; 9) student
Regents; 10) student on exec, comm.

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