Tagged - SA Elections

Smith and Mooney, first dual-female ticket, elected SA president and vice president

The juniors garnered 944 votes, according to the official results, winning by 316 votes over classmates Delvin Moody and Courtney Thomas Jr. and by 345 over sophomores Nick Foti and Gabi Lipschitz.

A note to our readers

Our statement on the recent revelations in the SA presidential campaign.

Mel Sauce for President

In a political era that some have taken to calling “The Year of the Unnaturally Orange,” the Melanie Sauce's insurgent campaign may just have a shot.

Seniors launch 4th Presidential bid

Seniors Erik Chiodo and Chris Horgan have the rare opportunity to lose four consecutive elections, a feat as impressive as it is impossible.

Turnout high as freshmen elect four new senators

The 53 percent voter turnout rate far exceeds the approximately 32 percent rate from the spring SA elections, considered by SA members as one of the most successful election turnouts in recent years.

Freshmen vie for Senate seats in SA election

Some are completely unaware there are freshman elections for SA Senate and Class and Hall Councils on Thursday and Friday.

Martino and Floto win SA election

The juniors’ outsider campaign raked in 647 votes, according to the unofficial results posted online that night, winning by a margin of 63 over SA veterans and fellow juniors Erinmarie Byrnes and Dan Matthews.

Campus Times endorses Martino and Floto for 2016 SA President and Vice President

Our endorsement of Martino and Floto comes only after meeting with the candidates in the days following the debate, where the pair—with both members, that time—convinced us that they are the best-suited candidates to hold SA Government’s most visible offices.

Candidates’ calls for transparency questioned by evidence

"If candidates are citing transparency problems, they need to look elsewhere. Not PR."
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Salen-Murali campaign ends amid Campus Times investigation

The evidence presented to the pair came from an exhaustive Campus Times investigation, spurred by an anonymous tip, which raised questions about Salen and Murali’s bid for the highest offices in SA.
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