Mesa State's Student Body President makes good on a campaign promise and takes school elections to the web.
For the first time ever, students will now be able to cast their votes for student government online. Student Body President Shannon Robinson hopes this new feature will get more and more students to cast their votes. Robinson says typically voter turnout is at about 10%.
Election day for the college is this Thursday. Students will be electing a new president and vice president along with an at large senator and three math and science senators.
If you're a student and want to cast your vote, log onto WWW.MESASTATE.EDU.
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