NEWS PODCAST: Sac State’s 2018 vote center provides example for new election law

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Will Coburn - The State Hornet

For ASI president and Public Policy & Administration major Noel Mora in the podcast booth with State Hornet Managing Editor Cory Jaynes. Mora recently testified against increasing the CSU’s admissions requirements.

Cory Jaynes and Will Coburn

Managing editor Cory Jaynes sits down with former ASI President Noel Mora to talk about Mora’s support of AB 59, a bill recently signed into law by Gov. Gavin Newsom that prioritizes the placement of vote centers on California college campuses.

Mora testified twice in favor of AB59, which used Sacramento State’s 2018 vote center as a real-world example to help expand voter centers to other campuses. Mora also discussed his views on civic engagement after the New York Times reported on attempts to suppress college votes nationwide and his opposition to the California State University’s proposal to add a quantitative reasoning course requirement for entry to the CSU.

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