Tuesday, April 28, 2009

Student Senate Election Today and Tomorrow

(above) LetsGoDU endorses Perretta & Fransceson due to their "Pro-Boone" stand
(above) Candidates running with Boone stickers share our vision of school spirit.
Tim Healy is also Pro-Boone

(above) Today's Clarion sure makes it easy to see who to vote for
Erin Hough is Pro-Boone as well

University of Denver

AUSA 2009 Elections

On-line polls for the 2009 AUSA Election will be open

  • Monday, April 27, 2009, between 6:00 a.m. and 11 p.m.
  • Tuesday, April 28, 2009, between 6:00 a.m. and 11p.m.
  • Wednesday, April 29, 2009, between 6:00 a.m. and 4:30 p.m.


Anonymous said...


Anonymous said...

Erin Hough is PRO BOONE AS WELL.

dggoddard said...

Thanks for letting us know about other candidates who are Pro-Boone, but didn't get the sticker next to their name in the Clarion.

Who knew the "Boonie Party" could field a full slate of candidates? :-)

Pioneers04 said...

I say Boone's next roadie should be to an OSU football game to pose with T. Boone Pickens :D

msbdu said...

Don't forget, vote early, vote often

Anonymous said...

This is so awesome!

I'm reminded of Alice's Restaurant.

"Can you imagine fifty people a day -- I said fifty people a day -- walking in, praising Boone and
walking out? Well friends they may thinks it's a movement!

And that's exactly what it is, the Denver Boone Anti-Massacre Movement. And all you got to do to join is sing along the next time it come's around on the guitar."

dggoddard said...

We posted this on Oct. 26, 2008...

"You know, if one person, just one person wears a Boone shirt they may think he's really sick and they won't take notice of him or her. And if two people, two people do it, in harmony, they may think they're both crazy and they'll ignore them. And three people do it, three, can you imagine, three people walk into Magness Arena wearin' Boone shirts and cheering for DU. They may think it's an organization. And can you, can you imagine fifty people a day, I said fifty people a day walking into Magness Arena with Boone shirts and cheering for DU. And friends they may think it's a movement."

"And that's what it is, the Bring Back Boone Movement, and all you got to do to join is wear a Boone shirt the next time DU plays at Magness."

Anonymous said...

Good job actually reading the editorial.

"Erin hough

Candidate for Off-Campus Senator

Feeling about Boone: indifference."
(NOT pro-boone)

"Perhaps today Denver Boone does not accurately represent the vast diversity of students that comprise of the undergraduate student body, but what we can and what we must acknowledge is that we are all Denver Pioneers.
Remember that when you make your decision on who to vote for, not on their opinion of Boone. At least for the two tickets running for president and vice-president, there is no difference of opinion."
(NOT pro-boone)

Thanks for playing.


Anonymous said...


dggoddard said...

People have posted comments in this blog that Perretta/Francescon & Hough were "Pro-Boone."

Why don't you ask Perretta/Francescon or Hough how they feel about the Boone issue? I'm confident in the answer.

People actually taking an interest in a AUSA election? Another example of the power of the Boone Movement.

Anonymous said...

In terms of Hough's position of Boone. It is true that she may be indifferent to the existence of Boone as DU's mascot, however; She is not against Boone. She supports a united campus, better school spirit and pride, so in a sense she is for whatever will accomplish that. Boone is one way of uniting the campus so even though its a stretch she is for it whether she openly says it or not.

Anonymous said...

Looks like that diversity thing is really taking hold at DU. Yes Boone is truly representative

DU said...

Pioneers First wins the Pres/VP spots!

Anonymous said...

where can we find the results of the other elections?

puck swami said...

I'm sure some Senate Candidates intentionally obscured their true Boone feelings in order to get themseleves elected and not cheese-off the administration. They are politicians, and they want everyone to like them...

Student leaders also tend to be high achievers, and I'm sure they want positive faculty and admin recommendations for grad school, etc, so you don't see as much public Boone support....