Update: On Tuesday a group that the believes Penn State Trustees acted improperly when it fired legendary coach Joe Paterno and others, issued its own guide for the Board of Trustee elections.
Penn Staters for Responsible Stewardship said in a news release that its Trustee candidates' datebase is designed to help inform the alumni who will be votiing over the next few weeks. The PS4RS, which claims to represent more than 5,000 members nationwide, compiled the information on the 86 Trustee candidates.
The organization's Founder, Michelle Murosky, also noted that a candidate event has been added to the Blue-White game activities on April 21.
Thousands of Penn State graduates angered over the way the Board of Trustees dealt with the Jerry Sandusky sex scandal will finally get to do something about it, casting ballots for three open alumni seats in a hotly contested election with dozens of candidates.
A record 86 candidates are vying for spots on a board that has been roundly criticized for firing coach Joe Paterno over his handling of an abuse allegation against Sandusky, a retired football assistant charged with sexually abusing 10 boys over a 15-year period. He has denied the charges.
Voting begins Tuesday and runs through May 2. All alumni — more than 550,000 strong — are eligible to cast a ballot.