The two candidates left in the executive vice presidential race are competent and committed.
Josh Lasky’s experience navigating the University bureaucracy and his grasp of how to pragmatically address student issues, however, separates him substantially from Angela Chang.
Lasky was a front-runner for The Hatchet’s initial EVP endorsement. He has all of the characteristics necessary to succeed as EVP. He has two years of experience in the Senate, but managed to stay above the petty divides that have characterized that body. He also has an intimate knowledge of the University bureaucracy, an important tool that might allow Lasky to advocate for student issues and produce results.
If the students desire an SA that transcends petty bickering and foolishness, they should support Lasky in the EVP runoff.