Dear Freshman,

My name is Ajay Dhar. I am an electrical engineering major and I want to represent you, the class of 2004, as your senator. If you read the platforms of the other candidates, you will notice that most of them are currently involved with numerous University activities; too many, in fact, for them to be able do justice to any one of them. A senator that is involved with a lot of different organizations is not a suitable representative of yours. If elected to the senate, they will not be focusing all of their attention to your needs. I will be a better senator for you because I will concentrate solely on this task and not get involved with any other on or off campus organization to make myself more available to you. As senator, all of my available time will be focused towards your wants and needs because I do not have any other commitments holding me back. I will make myself available to you so that we can work together to develop solutions to our common problems and forcefully present them to the Senate Committee and finally we will be able to make a change for the better.



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