News | Campus Eye: Vote or Die

SSMU VP Finance & Operations Imad Barake (right) and VP External Affairss Max Silverman (centre) dance in Leacock yesterday, trying to convince students to “vote or die.” A guy in a squirrel costume (left) decided to join in the fun, getting his groove on, along with other SSMU officials (not pictured). Elections McGill had a mobile polling station – a laptop with poll clerks – where students could easily cast their ballots between classes. However, when asked how many voted during the 10 minutes of getting down to the beats of dance music on low-quality speakers, a poll clerk responded “four.” Another poll clerk quickly corrected it to “three.”


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