Administrators at Raoul Wallenberg High School attempted to rig freshman student elections to inject “diversity” into the student leadership, and it blew up in their face.
Wallenberg freshman James Ortiz told the San Francisco Examiner that school officials pushed him to run for student council because of his Hispanic last name, though he identifies as white. And when the 15-year-old didn’t win, they attempted to unseat the newly elected class vice president so Ortiz could replace her.
“They were, like, bribing me into being on the student council,” Ortiz said.
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