Spring 2019 Elections

Official Results

Preliminary Results

 

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

Resolution #3 of the Spring 2019 Elections Committee

Contents:

  • Awarding of Organizational Endorsement Prizes

 

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