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BERKELEY'S NEWS • DECEMBER 04, 2022

Take a look at our 2022 midterm elections special issue!
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Seven of the independent candidates for the ASUC were brought before the ASUC Judicial Council for elections-related violations. All the recent candidates pleaded guilty to charges at their hearings, which were held Thursday and Friday.
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Seven of the independent candidates for the ASUC were brought before the ASUC Judicial Council for elections-related violations. All the recent candidates pleaded guilty to charges at their hearings, which were held Thursday and Friday.
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During the first post-election ASUC meeting, Judicial Council Chair Maureen Ochi Sides discussed the 10 upcoming hearings related to elections violations.
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During the first post-election ASUC meeting, Judicial Council Chair Maureen Ochi Sides discussed the 10 upcoming hearings related to elections violations.
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The night’s results mark a major victory for Student Action, which won all the executive seats it campaigned for, and a tough loss for CalSERVE, with only party member Nuha Khalfay managing to secure a spot in the executive office.
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The night’s results mark a major victory for Student Action, which won all the executive seats it campaigned for, and a tough loss for CalSERVE, with only party member Nuha Khalfay managing to secure a spot in the executive office.
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Hung Huynh is the only candidate qualified for ASUC executive vice president, or EVP.
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Hung Huynh is the only candidate qualified for ASUC executive vice president, or EVP.
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While state and local trends seem stacked against the Berkeley community, CalSERVE’s Nuha Khalfay is the only candidate on the ballot who is informed, committed and prepared to advocate for students.
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While state and local trends seem stacked against the Berkeley community, CalSERVE’s Nuha Khalfay is the only candidate on the ballot who is informed, committed and prepared to advocate for students.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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During the event, candidates shared their perspectives on a variety of issues, including housing, mental health, basic needs security and the protection of undocumented students.
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In less than a week's time, two candidates — one aligned with Student Action and one independent — will go head-to-head in their bid for the second-highest position in the ASUC: executive vice president.
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In less than a week's time, two candidates — one aligned with Student Action and one independent — will go head-to-head in their bid for the second-highest position in the ASUC: executive vice president.
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Khalfay is running with CalSERVE, while Topper is running as an independent candidate for EAVP, a position that includes working with both city and state government officials to represent the ASUC on external issues.
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Khalfay is running with CalSERVE, while Topper is running as an independent candidate for EAVP, a position that includes working with both city and state government officials to represent the ASUC on external issues.
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If you asked Berkeley College Republicans member and former Daily Californian columnist Rudraveer Reddy if his student organization intentionally invites provocative speakers, he would tell you that it makes “no legal difference.”
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If you asked Berkeley College Republicans member and former Daily Californian columnist Rudraveer Reddy if his student organization intentionally invites provocative speakers, he would tell you that it makes “no legal difference.”
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Campus sophomore Derek Topper filed a petition against the ASUC Elections Council after being disqualified to run in the ASUC Senate spring 2017 elections for failing to submit his electronic filing form on time.
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Campus sophomore Derek Topper filed a petition against the ASUC Elections Council after being disqualified to run in the ASUC Senate spring 2017 elections for failing to submit his electronic filing form on time.
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