The 2014 Elections Policies and Procedures has been passed! The ASUW Board of Directors passed the final changes to the document at their meeting on Thursday, Feb. 13, 2014.
There have been a few changes to Elections Policies and Procedures thanks to the hard work of the Elections Policies and Procedures Advisory Committee. Check out the online version of the EPP 2014. If you have any questions about the document you can email the Elections Administration Chair at email@example.com
The ASUW Elections Administration Committee is now accepting applications for 2014!
The Elections Administration Committee aims to maintain neutrality on campus by giving students the opportunity to make educated voting decisions, in a space free of pressure from candidates and volunteers. Each week the committee meets for one hour to discuss the upcoming spring quarter elections. All committee members get an opportunity to learn more about the ASUW while participating in new and exciting programs! Any questions about the committee email firstname.lastname@example.org
Apply at the link below:
Congratulations to the 2013-2014 ASUW Board of Directors -
President – Michael Kutz
Vice President – Ada Waelder
Director of University Affairs – Jeffrey McNerney
Director of Policy and Procedures – Evelina Vaisvilaite
Director of Community Relations – Shivani Changela
Director of Diversity Efforts – Monica Mendoza
Director of Programming – Kelli Feeley
Director of Service and Partnerships – Burgess Malarkey
Ballot Measures -
Question 1 – Passed
Question 2 – Passed
Question 3 – Passed
Question 4 – Passed
Question 5 – Passed
Question 6 – Passed
Survey Question 1 – Failed
A comprehensive breakdown of the elections results can be found here. The results from Instant Runoff Voting can be found here.
Voting for the 2013 ASUW Elections has officially begun and ends at 11:45 PM on Wednesday, May 15th!
You can vote online at tinyurl.com/asuwvote2013. A copy of the 2013 Voter’s Guide can be found here.
The Elections Administration Committee will have Election Information Tables at the following locations this week -
- Red Square [9AM - 4PM]
- The Quad [9AM - 4PM]
- The Husky Union Building [9AM - 4PM]
- 17th & 45th [9AM - 4PM]
- The 8 in McMahon Hall [4PM - 7PM]
- 1101 in Terry Hall [4PM - 7PM]
- The IMA [4PM - 7PM]
- Ethnic Cultural Center [4PM - 7PM]
If you have any questions about the elections violation process, check out this See Anything Fishy guide for voters.
The Elections Administration Committee has created an ASUW Elections Information Packet to serve as a resource for candidates, the proponents or opponents of ballot measures, their affiliates, and any other students interested in ASUW Elections. This packet includes information such as the 2013 Elections Calendar of Events, the Elections Policies and Procedures, an abridged copy of ASUW governing documents, policy guides, and important forms for candidates and ballot measures. Since the publication of this packet, we have received an updated version of the Residence Hall Solicitation Policy. This new policy will be enforced during the 2013 ASUW Elections.
ASUW BOARD OF DIRECTORS BYLAWS -
On March 7, 2013, the ASUW Board of Directors passed Board Bill 1.12 to amend the job descriptions for the eight elected positions on the Board of Directors. These amendments also resulted in the creation of a new at-large position on the Board, the Director of Service and Partnerships.
The new job descriptions for the Board of Directors can be found in Article I of the updated ASUW Board of Director Bylaws. A visual representation of these changes can also be found on this ASUW Organizational Chart.
CAMPAIGNING 101 GUIDE -
In order to better serve students who are unfamiliar with the elections process, the Elections Administration Committee has created a Campaigning 101 Guide. This document can be used as an additional resource to learn more about ASUW Elections.
The Elections Administration Committee is holding two information sessions to educate students about the eight elected positions on the Board of Directors and provide a Campaigning 101 guide for potential candidates.
The sessions will be held on March 4 from 4-5PM in HUB 334 and on March 6 from 6-7PM in HUB 106.
If you have any questions, please email Maxine Sugarman at email@example.com
The ASUW Board of Directors passed the 2013 Elections Policies and Procedures at their meeting on January 24, 2013. Minutes from this Board of Directors meeting can be found online.
A copy of the 2013 Elections Policies and Procedures is available online. If you have any questions about this document please contact the Elections Administration Committee Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org