Campus | Student Government
The Orange and Blue Party released its platform Tuesday in preparation for Student Government spring elections Feb. 26 and 27.
The UF Supreme Court announced Tuesday night that an online voting system in Student Government elections would be unconstitutional.
Platforms based on UF students' input will be released next week for the two Student Government political parties facing off in spring elections on Feb. 26 and 27.
More than 600 UF students - the highest turnout in Student Government's election slating history - showed up to the Reitz Union in hopes of filling two parties' Student Senate candidacies for spring elections on Feb. 26 and 27.
Online voting for UF Student Government elections is the closest it's been to a reality in three years, but its supporters expect SG officials to block an amendment they have worked to get on the ballot for the upcoming elections on Feb. 26 and 27.
A UF student organization with one purpose - to make online voting a permanent fixture of Student Government elections - has two more weeks to garner the more than 5,000 signatures needed for a petition.
UF students will be able to choose whether to reduce the number of Student Senate seats when they vote in the Student Government spring elections on Feb. 26 and 27.