I just posted each of the ticket’s response to question 2:
This fall, the Council was criticized by the Harvard Republican Club and the Crimson Editorial Board for involving itself in labor relations at Harvard. By the end of this process, you will have met with the groups involved in politics like the College Democrats, the College Republicans, the Environmental Action Committee, the AIDs Coalition (to name a few) and countless important ethnic organizations to ask them for their endorsement. Many, if not all, of these organizations are built around what could be considered a “political” agenda in their approach to the administration. What involvement, if any, do you think the Council should have with what many would consider politically charged on-campus advocacy? Why? How does your approach to seeking endorsements relate to that?
ALSO, feel free to use this as a open thread for thoughts/questions/comments unrelated to this particular question. Just remember CC’s policy on anonymous comments.