El Camino College The Union

Campus Viewpoints: What are you hoping for this election cycle?

By Stephanie Choi

March 8, 2020

With the recent presidential primary election results, The Union asked El Camino College students on campus about the changes they hope to see in the country.Miguel Gonsalez, 21, Anthropology "Unity. It sounds cliché, but we are too divide...

Voting center to impact parking, traffic around campus

By Fernando Haro

February 27, 2020

Parking and traffic at El Camino College will be impacted as the campus will host a Los Angeles County Vote Center during the presidential primary elections from Saturday, Feb. 29 to Tuesday, March 3.Officials expect Parking Lot C on Manhattan Beach Boul...

ASO elections to be held in late-May

By Fernando Haro

May 6, 2019

Spring elections for the Associated Student Organization (ASO) will be held at El Camino College the week of Monday, May 27, ASO officials said.ASO President Joseph Mardesich, a business major, said candidate applications are...

ASO elections underway on Library Lawn

By Zach Hatakeyama

May 8, 2018

Students are currently voting to fill open positions at the Associated Student Organization (ASO).Voting is open for all registered students and will take place until tomorrow, Wednesday, May 9 on the Library Lawn.Election winners will be ...

Student government elections starting next week on campus

By Caleb Okoye

March 31, 2016

The 2016 Associated Student Organization elections are next week and with the list of qualified candidates posted, campaign preparations have begun.The list is posted in the Student Activities Center, and has a total of 18 can...

Editorial: Voting is a privilege, not a chore

November 7, 2014

It’s unfortunate that even in the midst of major policy changes, the average California voter seems less informed and motivated than ever before. Despite the passing of Propositions 1, 2, and 47 in Tuesday’s election, voter...

Gov. Jerry Brown re-elected Tuesday for fourth term

By Thomas Schmit

November 5, 2014

Beating out Republican candidate Neel Kashkari, Gov. Jerry Brown was voted to be California’s first four-term governor in the state’s history in Tuesday’s general election. “I think it’s pretty ne...

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