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May 9, 1986     Bellevue College
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Page5 Vice - President V.P. Student Affairs julie Cassatt I am really looking forward to possibly working with the ASBCC next year. I want to promote the activities of Ole organization and draw clubs and student interaction into the ASBCC. V.P. Student Affairs Jon Rockwood I believe that with my experience I can help student work effectively within the college system. I enjoy working with people, listening to ideas, and solving problems. If I'm elected, I will have a sincere interest in pursuing goals of the ASaCC. V.P. Finance Ward Beishline As Vice President of Finance, my philosphy will be: The more I know the better I can do I will gain this knowledge from the students, clubs and organizations themselves I will also draw upon my experien- ces in as this years Social Science division rep... I care about B.C.C. and the students here and I will try to see that their voice is heard. V. P, Communications Shelley Hawkins I am running for the office of Vice President of communications, because of my love for people and the joy I have in working with them. It is my wish to be the voice of the people and to do what I can to provide the best entertainment and cultural experiences possible for all the members of the student body. entatives Humanities Rep. Jeff Large My motovation for running is that I like art and I would like to help the arts and humanities division any way I can. Most of all, I would like to do something worthwhile in my life. Ennce ASBCC elections begin May 12 by Kola Lawal Advocate staff The College's Student Government general elections will be held May 12-15, and candidates are busy begging for students' votes. The College's walls and cafeteria tables are plastered with campaign posters and fliers. ASBCC President Eric MacDougall met with the candidates last Monday to explain the election rules and regulations. Candidates must not spend more than $40 on their election campaigns, he said. Also, on election day, there must be no campaign posters or fliers within the voting area. Candidates who violate the by-laws will be disqualified. The Student Government also conducted a debate among the candidates in which they explained their platforms to the students. This debate also provided a question-and-answer forum for the students they hope to represent. MacDougal said the debate was a way to keep student apathy at bay. Bill Wise, a student representative, said the debate did not receive enough attention from the students and that it would have bfeen better held in the Garden Room. Unlike last year, MacDougal said that this year's election should be interesting and competetive. Three candidates, Dan Dunne, Eric Arvid Eunglund. and Kerri Raiiey, are running for the ASBCC presidency. The position of Vice President of Student Affairs is between Julie Cassatt and Jon Rockwood. Another competetive position is Arts and Humanities division representative, for which Betty L. Standlee and Jeff Large are vying. Running unopposed are the following candidates: Shelly Hawkins, Vice-President for Communications; Ward Beishline, Vice-President for Finance; Ben Wang, Business representative; Maria Williams, Social Division representative; and Kim M. V. Randall, Science Division representative.