Elect Her – SMU Women Win

Come learn the skills needed to run a campaign and win on campus elections.  Women make up 14 out of the 37 posted members of the Student Senate.  Women make up about half of the student body, yet are completely underreprestend on our campus.  Please let your voice be heard!




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