Mo Torres


Mo Torres is an ASUCD Senator. He ran, and won, with the LEAD slate in the Fall 2008 ASUCD election. He disaffiliated from LEAD in Fall 2009, accusing the organization of racism and homophobia. He went on to support the JAM slate in the Fall 2009 ASUCD election.

VoteMoTorres.jpgVote Mo #1 for ASUCD Senate!

Candidate Statement and Activities

What's up everyone! My name is Mo Torres, and I am running for ASUCD Senate! I am a third year History and Chican@ Studies major from Sacramento, California.

In case you've never voted in an ASUCD election before (and that's most of the student body) here's a little bit of info—there are twelve seats in the ASUCD Senate, and six of them are up for election this quarter! Because ASUCD elections use choice voting, where you RANK the candidates instead of just picking one, just remember to vote MO TORRES #1 and the rest of the LEAD slate #2-6!

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2008-11-11 23:47:04   Mo is going to win, and thus blood drives will be allowed to continue. I'm glad Mo is fighting against those who want to take blood drives away. (Not that anyone is trying to do that, but I guess its good to be vigilant...) —JoseBleckman

2008-11-17 16:03:03   It's pretty sad when Mo comes on here to address your concerns and he answers them respectfully, yet does not receive the same respect in return. —JamesSchwab

2008-11-17 21:18:35   [WWW]Maybe this will give you an ideaJamesSchwab

2008-11-18 14:06:12   Mo - its not worth responding to this ridiculousness. Just keep your page updated and have people email you. —JamesSchwab

2008-11-18 14:36:14   I volunteered at Clinica Tepati for 3 and something years back in the day! That practically makes us family.

Good luck! —CurlyGirl26

2009-08-05 15:13:29   Greetings Mo, just thought I'd stop by and say hi.

I really hope the case with blood drives on UC Davis campus makes progress. You know I totally support the removal of campus funding to blood-drives as long as they continue to disallow me, as an LGBT person, to donate blood.

=] —ThUn

2009-08-26 23:05:50   Men who have sex with other men are usually at an increase risk of having HIV/AIDS, and the prevalence and incidence rates continues to rise.. Perhaps you should consider telling the gays to stop barebacking and pnp'ing.

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