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Students respond to Associated Students election

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Photo source: Associated Students Facebook page

Photo source: Associated Students Facebook page

Photo source: Associated Students Facebook page

Michelle Zhu

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The Chico State community had a say in who will represent 2016 Government Affairs under Associated Students during a 24-hour voting period started Tuesday morning.

Government Affairs is the official voice for Chico State students. Student officers and staff represent and advocate on behalf of the student body. Its committees ensure student dollars are used in ways that benefit the students.

See what students think about the A.S. government and their thoughts on the election process.

Michelle Zhu can be reached at [email protected] or @mmichellezhuu on Twitter.

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