CU Student Government is open to candidates for the spring elections of tri-executive positions, representatives and senators.
Contested seats and number of petition signatures threshold:
- Three university tri-executive positions, currently distinguished as a student-body president and two vice presidents, that must run together on the same ticket (150 student signatures per ticket)
- Four Legislative Council representatives-at-large that may run individually (75 signatures each)
- Two School of Arts and Sciences co-senators that may run individually (50 Arts and Sciences signatures each)
- Five School of Arts and Sciences representatives (25 Arts and Sciences signatures each)
- University of Colorado Engineering Council president and vice president (no signatures required)
- Two Engineering Council co-senators (no signatures required)
- Seven Engineering Council representatives (no signatures required)
Eligible students must pay full-time student fees, be a full-time student at CU Boulder in the term sought and attend a mandatory candidates meeting with valid student identification in Hellems 252 at 7:30 p.m. next Wednesday, March 13.
In order to run, students must pick up petition packets from the student government front desk in UMC room 125, located between The Connection bowling alley and Elevations Credit Union. Completed packets with required signatures are due back to the office by 5 p.m. next Monday, March 11.
For more information, contact Election Commissioner John Michael Thistle at Johnmichael.email@example.com.
Contact CU Independent Copy Editor Alison Noon at Alison.firstname.lastname@example.org.
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