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Oregon Won't Use Political Consultants for Student Vote

Oregon Won't Use Political Consultants for Student Vote
August 21, 2012

The University of Oregon has called off plans to pay political consultants $25,000 to influence a student vote on new fees to support a major renovation of the student union, The Register-Guard reported. Many students were angry that administrators -- who want students to approve the fee -- would bring in professionals to try to alter student sentiment. (Students have twice previously rejected the fees.) The vote will take place in October.

 

 

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