Spring 2019 Elections

Dear Student,

Thank you for visiting the Spring 2019 Elections page. If you are interested in learning more about the Elections, please email us at rusa.elections@gmail.com

Temporary Regulations:

Resolution #1 of the Spring 2019 Elections Committee - amended

Contents:

  • Appendix A - Official Timeline
  • Appendix B - Available Positions
  • Appendix C - Organizational Endorsements in the Spring 2018 Elections
  • Appendix D - Responsibilities of Elected Candidates
  • Appendix E - Declaration of Intent
  • Appendix F - Declaration of Intent to Run Form

Resolution #2 of the Spring 2019 Elections Committee

Contents:

  • Sample Finance Disclosure Google Sheet
  • Guiding Candidates to Refund Unused Funds
  • Amendments to Resolution #1

 

Organizational Endorsements

Current Verified Candidates

Important Links:

Constitution
Standing Rules
Elections Code

Relevant Parliamentary Rulings:

Externally Elected Executive Positions - Candidates in the Spring 2019 Elections shall only be able to run for one position
Campus Residency Requirement - Candidates in the Spring 2019 Elections shall be able to run for a position on the campus which they currently reside in the Spring 2019 Semester or will reside in the Fall 2019 Semester
Expenditure Caps (Elections Code) - There is no limit to how much a candidate or ticket is able to spend
Year Ruling - A year of experience on the Assembly means that a member has been in the Assembly for a majority of the meetings between the first meeting following the Fall Elections and the final meeting before the Spring Elections of the same school year
VP Qualifications - The Vice President need not have a year of experience on the Assembly
Presidential Requirements - Experience on the Allocations Board shall not be misconstrued as experience on the Assembly