Boardwalk met with Annie Sherry, VP for External Affairs for the Mount Allison Students Union, to talk about her work leading up to the provincial election on September 22. Sherry is launching a campaign to get students to be “engaged Mounties.” She says “as students, we have the power to shape the future of politics in our province.”

In this interview, we discussed the process of registering to vote, the Elections NB initiative to bring polling sites to university campuses, and the debate that she’s organizing between the four candidates running in the Memramcook-Tantramar riding, which will be taking place in Brunton Auditorium on September 14 at 7pm.