Voting is now open on DuckWeb. Here’s how to do it.
Today is the first day to vote in the ASUO elections. Voting will be open four days, closing April 8 at 4 p.m.
Here’s how to vote:
Sign in to DuckWeb, click “Student Menu” then click “Vote Now: 2016 ASUO Regular Election.”
What will voting look like?
Each person will vote on three ballot measures and electing over 100 candidates. Elected positions are divided by branch senate, finance committees and executive.
How will the winner be determined?
For a candidate or slate to win an election, it must receive at least 50 percent of the votes. If this does not happen, a runoff election will take place. In a runoff election the two candidates or executive slates with the highest number of votes, or at least 10 percent of the general votes, will be placed on a runoff ballot. Voting on this ballot will take place April 11 and results will be available April 15.
To learn more about the ASUO elections, come to our debate between the president and VP candidates on April 5, 6-7:30 p.m. in room 123 of Global Scholars Hall. Click here to see all of our ASUO coverage from the last few weeks.
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