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Wednesday Mar. 6, 2002   |   wildcat.arizona.edu   |   Online since 1994  
General election begins today

Twenty-three ASUA candidates will face off in a showdown today and tomorrow in a general election that will fill next year's three executive and 10 senatorial positions. [Read article]

ASUA candidate endorsements

For the 23 candidates running for ASUA office, the general elections today and tomorrow mark the end of a nearly month-long campaign from which only 13 will emerge standing. The Arizona Daily Wildcat Endorsements Board interviewed 21 of the contenders - the board was unable to contact senate candidates Soral Karim and Rishi Sarna - and, based on their responses, endorsed one candidate for each of the three executive positions and 10 for senatorial positions. Senatorial candidates are ranked in order of preference. [Read article]

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Candidates go head to head

ASUA presidential candidates have different outlooks on campus issues

The two candidates for ASUA president presented drastically different viewpoints on campus issues yesterday on the Mall. [Read article]

Football Notes: Fulcher gets advice from family

The Fulcher family knew something that only Anthony himself didn't: that he would make a good safety.

The junior made the switch this spring from running back to strong safety and called the move a "blessing waiting to happen."

"I asked my family, and they thought it was a good decision," he said. "I was the only one who waited this long to make the change." [Read article]

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Mixed feelings about ASUA editorial

This letter is in response to the Wildcat Opinions Board commentary concerning the ASUA candidates. After reading the commentary, I actually thought it was comical the way the candidates were portrayed. [Read article]

Si*S says West Coast supports new music

Though Tucson boasts an eclectic, Hispanic-influenced cultural scene, it has not yet seen the likes of New York band Si*S. [Read article]

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