The Arizona Desert Lamp

The surveys: They’re everywhere!

Posted in Campus, Politics by Connor Mendenhall on 3 March 2009

I just submitted my ASUA primary ballot, casting votes for the fecund cornucopia of candidates who have the courage to commit to protecting students from useless fees Nick Jones, the only candidate with the cojones to oppose new fees, this year’s lone tulip in the perennial turd garden of student government candidates.

Besides the shortage of candidates running for executive positions (protip: pretend you’re in Belarus as you vote for the only candidate on the ballot in each category!) I’m struck by one other thing about the ballot. See the screenshot below:

Erevnocracy...everywhere

Out with ballots, in with surveys–the erevnocracy, it seems, is everywhere.

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