Neither the PSSA nor the Department of Political Science and International Affairs
endorses candidates for political or governmental office.
We strongly encourage civic involvement, and we welcome any and all
candidates for office who seek student interns or volunteers.
Note: If our web site appears to be out of date (hey, stuff happens!), click here for updates.
Meetings: Thursdays, 12:30pm, Young
Hall 2nd floor lobby
This voter’s guide is designed to assist North Georgia College and State University students in the November 6th election. Included is information on the Presidential election, contested US House of Representative districts, some state House and Senate information, and district maps for federal and state offices. Voter information is also provided.
This guide is a unique benefit to North Georgia students as the issues reprinted here were gathered from our students. In early 2012, responses to a Saint survey determined the issues. This guide presents candidate information for the three top responses.
We will do our best to provide as much information as possible given both space limitations and information availability. We apologize for any errors or omissions. Every effort was made to accurately represent candidate positions. Print copies of this guide were produced by NGCSU Print Services using funding from the SGA. The PSSA thanks both for their efforts.
To vote in the November 6th election, you must register by October 9th For registration information, see: http://sos.ga.gov/mvp/ NOTE: Unless otherwise indicated, all information is from candidates’ web sites.
MEETINGS: THURSDAYS, 12:30pm,
YOUNG HALL 2nd FLOOR LOBBY
CROSSFIRE DEBATES (Thursdays, 12:30pm,
Young Hall 2nd floor lobby)
PSSA Officers for 2012-2013:
Watch this space for upcoming events and activities, especially the times and places of our regular CROSSFIRE LUNCH discussion series (a forum open to all -- allowing faculty, students, and staff to discuss important issues without the pressure of a classroom or grades). All are welcome. Encourage everyone you know to attend--we'll see you there!
Join the PSSA, membership has its privileges (and you don't even need to be a poli sci major!).
You can't vote if you aren't REGISTERED.
The Political Science Student Association was founded in 1994.
This page is not a publication of North Georgia College & State University and NGCSU has not edited or examined the content of the page. The author(s) of the page are solely responsible for the content.
Last updated on October 29, 2012 by Carl Cavalli (firstname.lastname@example.org)