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Search SG Article Library Student Leader - Winter 2002 The SG Election Review• Cover Profile: Angela Patterson • Ready for a Crisis? • Turning On SG Voters • Campaign Strategies • Welcome to the Party
Likeable Leader Jennifer Lind Westbrook At Southern Miss, SGA President Angela Patterson appeals to administrators and students alike while maintaining strong leadership skills.
Campaign Strategies Vincent Alex Brown, editor (compiled by) Hear from election winners who give their tricks of the trade for SG campaign success, from going electronic to simply getting out the vote.
Campaigning Do's and Don'ts Teresa Beard Review the ultimate checklist to follow for a successful SG campaign, from preparing to run to congratulating those who helped.
Cap Campaign Spending John Lamothe, associate editor Obviously, campus elections don't have to worry about issues such as big-business contributions or lobbyists, but the debate over spending limits should still concern Student Government.
Welcome to the Party John Lamothe, associate editor Find out how SG can benefit from a political party system,and how it can hurt.
Got Voters? Eric Hastie State student associations across the country have devised some innovative ideas to combat typically low voter turnout among students in local, state, and federal elections.
Turning On SG Voters John Lamothe, associate editor 50% turnout isn't a dream. Some schools have found novel ways to increase voter participation.
Elections Need a Boost? Butch Oxendine, editor in chief When schools implement web and electronic voting for their campus elections, they almost always realize
Is Web Voting for You? Butch Oxendine, editor in chief Higher voter turnout. A more educated student body. Hotly contested races. Better SG visibility. These are some of the benefits
Ready to Sign Up? Butch Oxendine, editor in chief Ready to bite the budget bullet and hire an electronic election service provider to run your campus elections? Here are details
Ready for a Crisis? Terri C. Houston When "the sky is falling," student body leaders need to have a plan in concert with administration to help students work through times of crisis.