By Cristina Chi, Julienne Joven, and Jedd Ong
Last Monday, April 8, we released a piece summarizing the histories, stances, and platforms of 15 out of 62 candidates. Presenting This is part two of the four, with 14 more candidates to study up on. We’re going by alphabetical order, if you haven’t noticed.
We know it’s a lot to go through before you vote this coming May, but consider these pieces quick reviewers. We’re not saying you shouldn’t dive deeper and look to other publications and news platforms — doing so will most likely lead you to make better informed decisions, and help nuance your reasoning! But if you’re short of time, or don’t know where to begin, read on.