The Texas Horn is endorsing our Managing Editor Sterling Mosley for University-Wide Representative in the upcoming Student Government elections. After reviewing his platform, which can be found below, Sterling proves to be an experienced candidate who wants to make change in Student Government and on campus.
See Sterling’s campaign platform below:
The UT Student Government is broken. I’ve seen firsthand the lack of transparency, the stifling, toxic environment, and the lack of communication coming from those in SG. I plan to bring transparency to the organization by forcing the advertisement of SG activities via new constitutional amendments, I plan to hold representatives accountable, and I plan to bring a new perspective to SG other than the one that has dominated there for years. While there were many times this year when the SG couldn’t reach quorum because of lack of attendance, I will show up to every single assembly meeting to ensure that I represent you. I will work with UTPD to strengthen ties with our police and make areas like West Campus safer. I pledge to speak out on every issue, work with the administration to further student needs, and bring a voice to those who lack representation in Student Government on campus.
Fill out this form to let me know what you want to see get done in Student Government: https://forms.gle/YnDqtH5ErKM1z55A8.
For a deeper dive into Sterling’s platform click here. If you agree with Sterling’s platform, feel free to share his platform via social media. Every vote counts!
The Student Government election takes place on Monday, February 28th, starting at midnight and ends on Tuesday, March 1st at 5 PM. To vote, visit utexasvote.org with your EID within the election timeframe and cast your vote. The campus elections utilize the ranked-choice voting system, which allows you to rank candidates of your preference for each office. For the University-Wide Representative position, there are eight offices up for grabs amongst the eleven candidates. We hope that our readers will cast their vote for Sterling Mosley for University-Wide Representative.