Members of the Impact Party cheer after hearing the results of the 2018 Spring Student Government election. Impact Party swept the execute ticket and claimed a majority of the 50 Student Senate seats.
Anthony Neher collected four “I Voted!” stickers in Marston Science Library to take back to his fraternity, Delta Tau Delta, to win a prize. He said it’s normal for Greek life students to vote for Impact Party.
Although the Student Government codes specify the Elections Commission should be made up of six members, seven people acting as members discussed and voted on three election code violations at a meeting Monday night.
Voting for Student Government elections starts today. Polls will be open from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. today and Wednesday at 11 locations across campus.
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