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PS4RS Announces Endorsement Committee, Includes Paterno Son

by and on January 27, 2014 1:55 PM

Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship (PS4RS) dominated the last Board of Trustees election, and it has plans to do it again this year.

The alumni-activist group recently released its endorsement committee, which includes several big names in the Penn State community.

The eight-member committee includes:

The committee will be responsible for creating and evaluating the PS4RS endorsement application packet and narrowing the field down to six candidates. Those candidates will then conduct an online town hall forum, and PS4Rs will pick its three endorsements sometime in mid-March for the April 10 ballot distribution.

The group has not been immune from criticism — some alumni find them to be too brash or marked with misplaced priorities — but there is no doubting their superior influence at the Board of Trustees ballot box. Last year’s endorsed candidates dominated in a field of 37. The fourth highest finisher was Paul Suhey with 4,541 votes — 6,882 behind current trustee and PS4RS-endorsed Ted Brown, the third highest vote getter.

Only time will tell if PS4RS will continue to equate to electoral gold. But with candidates starting to announce earlier than ever, it’s worth thinking about.

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This post was originally published by the staff at Onward State. Follow Onward State on Twitter @OnwardState.

Kevin Horne is the Managing Editor of Onward State and frequent contributor to He is also a Penn State senior, majoring in journalism and political science.
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