Governor candidate Daniel Park has what it takes to lead at Y&G
Y&G is full of dedicated kids who plan to achieve greatness within their generation. The three candidates running for governor are all very qualified and excited about the opportunity at this leadership position.
All three gave very in-depth speeches about what they plan to accomplish in Springfield and how they vision a change with their fellow delegates.
Daniel Park is one candidate who stood out from the other two running for governor.
As many people might notice, Park has a lot of energy, enthusiasm and personality which was a big factor in his campaign. Park told me a little bit about how he is going to transition his confidence and energy into this leadership position if elected.
“If elected I will definitely carry all of that passion from my team and myself into office and bring a new positivity to this club,” said Park.
I believe in Park’s dedication to this club, and leadership is a big factor is this election.
Campaigning is usually the number one way to spread the word about a candidate and how to increase that person’s chances of being elected.
Daniel Park was asked if he thought his delegation did a good job with campaigning for him.
“It was definitely a learning experience. The most important thing we’re going out with is connecting with the voters,” he said.
I think Park makes it clear though his campaigns and his speeches that the most important thing really is to connect with the voters, not only to win their votes but to make Springfield a more welcoming environment.
Daniel also specified what he wanted his number one goal to be if elected. “I really want to make this a memorable experience for everyone in a positive way and that people want to come back. I want to continue to grow the club,” Park said.
Park feels very passionate about what he is doing and who he is working with. The way he envisions this club to grow differs in a positive way from any other candidate running for governor.
Competition is always what makes a campaign most interesting.
“I think every candidate here got here with hard work and integrity. Even the candidates I ran up against are very competent for the position, and I am really proud to [have] run against them,” said Park.
Park is looking forward to the election and to spending the rest of his time this weekend making great memories with great people, no matter the outcome of the election.
(written by Sofie Defino, co-editor)