ASUONews

Constitution Court leaves elections results uncontested

In response to We Are Oregon’s second grievance against UO Forward, Con. Court rules that it does not have the authority to remove a student from the ballot or an elected official from office.

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Meet your new ASUO President, Helena Schlegel

If you ask Helena Schlegel whether or not she sees herself as a politician she’ll give you an honest answer: no. Schlegel said her older brothers laugh about it because she’s not the type to get involved in politics. “I like to keep up in politics because I think it’s things …

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ASUONews

UPDATED: Elle Mallon’s additional grievance against We Are Oregon

The external vice president of Ducks F.I.R.S.T. filed a second grievance against We Are Oregon on April 8.

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ASUONews

ASUO Con Court overturns Elections Board decision, bans UO Forward from campaigning

UO Forward is banned from campaigning for the rest of the week after the Constitution Court overturned the Elections Board’s dismissal of We Are Oregon’s grievance against the campaign. That means no more campaigning for the slate before voting closes this Friday. The grievance that stopped the campaigning was submitted …

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ASUONews

Was it worth it to hold elections during week one?

While students buzzed around campus last week searching out unfamiliar classrooms and the fastest routes between buildings, they also had to account for the slew of tents, clipboards and puppies that mean only one thing: ASUO election week. Elections took place much earlier this year than last. Current ASUO President Beatriz …

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ASUONews

The ASUO Constitutional Court grants an injunction to stay elections board ruling on We Are Oregon

The grievance  On Friday morning, external vice president candidate for ASUO elections campaign slate Ducks F.I.R.S.T, Elle Mallon, filed a grievance against We Are Oregon. The grievance claims that We Are Oregon held their kick-off event in a location where “trans people have second-class access” due to its lack of …

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ASUONews

Elections board dismisses grievance against Helena Schlegel and UO Forward

The ASUO Elections Board has dismissed the grievance brought by We Are Oregon against UO Forward, saying there is insufficient evidence to prove that a petition circulated in early March by Helena Schlegel and several members of the slate was used for fraudulent campaigning purposes. The elections board said it had …

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ASUONews

We Are Oregon submits phone call to Miles Sisk as evidence of fraud against UO Forward

We Are Oregon campaign manager Taylor Allison submitted additional evidence Friday that the UO Forward campaign fraudulently used phone numbers gathered for a petition submitted to the board of trustees in March.

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ASUONews

Sisk, Schlegel advance to runoff election

The 2015 ASUO runoff election will be between Miles Sisk of We Are Oregon and Helena Schlegel of UO Forward. The Elections Board is still investigating a grievance filed by We Are Oregon that calls for Schlegel’s removal from the ballot in the case of a runoff. Schlegel and the …

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ASUONews

We Are Oregon files grievance to remove Helena Schlegel from ASUO presidential race

We Are Oregon campaign manager Taylor Allison filed a grievance against the UO Forward slate on Thursday, calling for the removal of Helena Schlegel from the ASUO presidential ticket.

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ASUONews

Your step-by-step guide to voting in this year’s ASUO elections

If you haven’t voted in this year’s ASUO election yet, here’s a short guide to casting your vote before the online poll closes at 4 p.m. this Friday, April 3.

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ASUONews

New memes running for ASUO president

ASUO campaigns are everywhere these days. Campaigners are on the streets, flyers are up around campus and every campaign has a social media presence. We Are Oregon, Ducks F.I.R.S.T. and UO Forward all have Facebook pages but recently some new ‘campaigns’ may have sprung up on your timeline. Two rival …

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Op-EdOpinion

Guest Viewpoint: Solar ballot measure opinion editorial

We all know we need to do something about global warming before it’s too late. In order to protect Oregon’s beautiful environment for the future, we need to get more of our energy from the sun and less from dirty sources like coal. Oregon currently only gets .02% of its …

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ASUONews

2015 ASUO Elections voter guide to be released tomorrow morning

The first interactive voter guide of any ASUO election ever will be released online this Tuesday at 9 a.m.

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ASUO

2015 ASUO elections active campaigning begins

Polls for the ASUO elections open at 8 a.m. on Monday and active campaigning is already underway.

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ASUOCover Story

The 2015 ASUO presidential candidates

Meet the three presidential candidates who have all spent at least one year working in student government: Helena Schlegel, Miles Sisk and Joaquin Ramos.

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ASUO

Meet the ASUO presidential candidates

Three candidates are in the running to become the 2015-2016 ASUO president: Joaquin Ramos, Helena Schlegel and Miles Sisk.

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ASUONews

Miles Sisk listed as candidate for ASUO president on new We Are Oregon site

The junior poly-sci major is looking to represent We Are Oregon as the next ASUO president.

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ASUONews

Ducks F.I.R.S.T. becomes second campaign to launch website for ASUO elections

Ducks F.I.R.S.T. launched its campaign website on March 15, putting forth Joaquin Ramos as its presidential candidate, Suzanne Barrientos for internal vice president and Elle Mallon for external vice president. Ducks F.I.R.S.T’s platform is embedded in its name. The acronym stands for Free HIV testing, Inclusive spaces, Resources, Student jobs …

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ASUO

ASUO elections meeting draws a crowd

Fridays ASUO mandatory candidate election meeting showed a large turnout to discuss the candidates and the new voter guide.

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ASUO

Helena Schlegel named as presidential candidate on UO Forward slate

The junior student member on the board of trustees is hoping to lead the new UO Forward group.

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