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Your USG election ballot at a glance


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Point Park’s United Student Government is holding elections for all of its positions this week on PointSync this week, April 3-7. In the past two editions, we profiled the candidates for USG president: Robert Bertha and Charles Murria, as well as the candidates for USG Vice President: Davion Heron and Kristopher Chandler.  We conclude the series this week with a look at all candidates organized by the office sought. Click the slideshow to begin. You can vote through Friday at bit.ly/VoteUSG2017.

Photo by Chloe Jakiela

Robert "Bobby" Bertha is a junior Broadcast Production and Media Management major from West Deer, Pa. who has served on USG for 2 years as both a Senator at Large and Vice President.

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