First-Year Election : Fall 2023
|Election Code(s) Broken
|09/13/2023, 9:36 p.m.
|Sec. 4.8 ELECTRONIC MEDIA. All campaign materials must be in compliance with Universityregulations governing the use of electronic media
|09/13/2023, 3:24 p.m.
|Nina Raich & Stefano Chaves
|SG Election Code Sec. 3.3 PROHIBITED ASSOCIATION, Sg Election Code Sec. 3.4 PERMITTED ASSOCIATION
Sec. 3.3 PROHIBITED ASSOCIATION. Except in cases of a bona fide executive alliance as
provided for in this election code, the prohibition against association means that no candidate is
allowed to contribute financially or provide any other form of tangible support to another candidate.
a. This generally includes, but is not limited to, donating or sharing of campaign materials,
campaign money, and campaign organization resources, including people, or jointly soliciting
votes between and amongst candidates who are not in a bona fide executive alliance.
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b. Because the purpose of the association rule is to encourage a diverse slate of candidates to
compete in a fair and equitable election on the basis of their positions, the association
prohibition should be applied only to further this purpose.
Sec. 3.4 PERMITTED ASSOCIATION. Only the presidential and vice presidential candidates that
have jointly filed under this code as an executive alliance are allowed to participate in campaigning
together, endorse each other, and otherwise engage in joint, collaborative campaigning planning or
a. All non-executive alliance candidates in the election must campaign separately, without
written or verbal endorsements, collaboration, financial or other tangible support from any
fellow candidate in any campus-wide election.
b. Candidates found in violation of this rule may be subject to sanctions under this code,
including but not limited to, disqualification
|09/11/2023, 10:49 p.m.
|09/11/2023, 10:47 p.m.