Interviewees discuss campus elections and running for student leadership offices.
Campaigning for John Anderson, 1980
J. D. Hayworth remembers his first experiences assisting in a presidential campaign.
Campaigning for Student Senate President
Eric Moore discusses campaigning for Student Senate President.
Ed Stack reflects on campaigning, which he found to be a challenging and sometimes unpleasant aspect of student government.
Developing Interest in Student Government
J. Robert Cooke discusses how he became involved in student government at NC State.
Adam Compton recalls his role in shortening the student government campaign season and the implementation of instant runoff voting.
"Girls don't become student body president"
Cathy Sterling recalls some of the challenges she faced as the first female student body president and the general student reaction to increased female student enrollment at NC State.
Plow Power: Campaigning for Student Body President
Eric Plow describes his campaign for student body president in spring 1970. Plow won the initial election, however the Elections Board ruled the election results invalid. He later lost the election to Cathy Sterling, NC State's first female student body president.