Colorado Students Accused of Making Cookie and Pizza Bribes for Votes
Elections are tough - and if you want to win, you've gotta play dirty. But when pizza and cookie bribes come into play, you could risk getting disqualified like these 2 college students in Colorado.
According to the Daily Camera, 2 of the winning presidential candidates in the University of Colorado Boulder's student government election have had their privilege to take office ripped away after they allegedly promised cookie cakes and pizzas to students who said they would vote for them.
Obviously, this is a violation of campaign rules.
Denver7 says the university's Chancellor Phil DiStefano is going to review the student election process that led to the disqualification. CU students were to elect 3 student body presidents; the third student will take office next month.