Spring Hill, Tenn. junior Elias Thompson has Bowling Green resident Caesar Guerra sign that he plans to vote for Andy Beshear in the Nov. 5 gubernatorial election. “We set a goal to knock on 1 million doors and we’re halfway to that goal,” said Cody Pruitt on Oct.3. Pruitt is the head of the Bowling Green campaign for Andy Beshear. “It’s something that no campaign has done before, we really couldn’t do it without all of our volunteers.”
From right to left to somewhere in between, there are political organizations on the Hill for students who want to voice their beliefs, and students align themselves with like-minded individuals within these groups. This photo story explores the inner workings of political involvement on WKU’s campus.
Lexington freshman Ethan Wallace contributes to the discussion at the Young Democratic Socialists of America meeting on Oct. 2. Members of the YDSA discussed plans for organizing help for union protesters as well as a socialist movie night.
Sarah Alexcee, senior from Nashville, Tennessee, contributes to the discussion during the College Republicans meeting on Oct. 2. Knoxville, Tenn., senior Caroline Cavin, treasurer of the College Republicans, said she wants the group to be more inclusive. “We have a good idea and mindset, but we don’t have as large of a following as we would wish,” she said. “I want this group to be more inclusive, so you can figure out what you believe.”