VOTE today in ASM elections
Polls are open online today until October 20 at 5 p.m.
What’s on the ballot?
- Nine seats on Student Council
15 freshman are running for 4 freshman seats. Only freshman can vote for these seats. One special student is running for the special student seat. No one is on the ballot for the two graduate student seats, the school of education seat, the college of engineering seat. This means voters can write in candidates on the ballot for these seats. Anyone can run as a write-in candidate.
- Two write-in seats on Student Services Finance Committee (SSFC)
- Referendum to lengthen Student Judiciary’s term length for justices from two years to four years. Full text.
- Referendum to change the requirement for Freshman Student Council Representatives from having freshman standing to being a first-year student. The referendum also allows allows seats on Student Council to be reapportioned more than once every four years. Full text.
For a voter guide and a candidate matrix, click here.
To vote, click here.