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ASUCR reviews election timeline after announcement of another remote spring quarter

On Wednesday, Jan. 6, ASUCR held their first meeting of winter quarter where they reviewed the election timeline for the year. This year, the...

ASUCR Elections Committee conducts a remote elections week

Due to the COVID-19 pandemic and the campus closure, this year's ASUCR elections moved to a completely remote election week. Students received a personalized...

ASUCR votes to push back voting week to April 27 through...

The second ASUCR meeting of spring quarter took place on April 8 via Zoom.  During Committee Reports, ASUCR Elections...

“I didn’t want to believe it wasn’t true”: Voting software mishap...

ASUCR’s 2018 elections garnered controversy last week when the turnout rate was drastically overestimated in a programming glitch. This program, built by BCOE Senator Patrick Le,...

The results are in! Cole elected 2018 ASUCR president

Written by Myles Andrews-Duve and Andreas Rauch Semi Cole was elected president of the ASUCR for the 2018-19 academic year on Monday in a culmination...

ASUCR hosts town hall on 2018 referenda

Potential voters in the 2018 ASUCR elections were given an opportunity to learn more about the various referenda on the ballot in a town...

Results are in: ASUCR elects speak on 2017-18 goals

On Wednesday, May 3, the 2017-18 ASUCR elections results were announced in the senate chambers by Elections Director Marcy Kuo a little after 12...

Elections results announced after three-week conflict

At 3 p.m. Monday, May 9, students gathered at the Bell Tower to hear the names of the newly elected ASUCR representatives. After a...

ASUCR: Controversial Kappa Sigma resolution fails to receive a single vote

Vincent Ta/HIGHLANDER At the ASUCR senate meeting, which convened in the Tartan and Tweed Room at the Student Special Services building on Wednesday, May 11,...

Over $10,000 spent on elections

The ASUCR Elections Committee spent over $10,000 to promote campaigning and events regarding elections. In addition, party finances — funds individual parties used to...