The junior from Weaverville, North Carolina said his platform is vetted by both students and administrators to understand what their needs are.
“Another big part of our platform is the fact that it is a fluid document, so nothing that we say is rigid,” he said. “If students want to change something, they have complete power to do that. If they want to suggest something, they have complete power to do that.”
Ben Albert, one of Broadhurst’s campaign managers, said previous candidates have come into the race with goals that were too big to put into action.
“Travis has very realistic, very concrete and very tangible goals that I think can bring meaningful changes to campus and have a very tangible, positive effect on students,” Albert said.