Robby Soave
Daily Caller
March 10, 2014

Cal Poly Agricultural Sciences Building / Photo via Wikimedia Commons
Cal Poly Agricultural Sciences Building / Photo via Wikimedia Commons
At least two student-candidates for student government at California Polytechnic State University were fined $100 each for talking to reporters about their respective campaigns, violating a curiously draconian election code.

The election code of Cal Poly’s student government, Associated Students, Inc., prohibits candidates from actively campaigning until within 10 days of the election. The code defines active campaigning as “a non-verbal public display or distribution of specific information (physical or electronic) about any ASI candidate.”

This even includes newspaper articles written about the candidates, the ASI election committee determined.

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