REMINDER: Elections are right around the corner! Are you still planning on running for a Senate position to represent the student body? It is not too late to declare your candidacy! If you are planning on running, Statements of Intent for Senatorial candidates must be turned in to the Election Commission at firstname.lastname@example.org by Tuesday, … Continue reading Statement of Intent- Due March 9th!
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Interested in running for office in Student Government? Run as a Senatorial Candidate in the 2021 Student Government Elections! Learn more about running for office at one of our virtual Informational Sessions. It is required to attend one virtual informational session to run for office in Student Government. At the Information Session, potential candidates will learn how to be … Continue reading Election Commission Virtual Information Sessions – Run for Office in Student Government!
As the fall semester is already coming to an end soon, it is time to start thinking about running for positions in Iowa State’s Student Government. Students who are wanting to make an impact at their university have the opportunity to run for a senatorial or executive position to represent Iowa State University’s student body. … Continue reading 2021 Election Timeline
Final Expenses and Revenue disclosures for senatorial and executive candidates are Friday March 6th. These financial reports detail where your campaign had received contributions and where your campaign has utilized these contributions. For any questions regarding financing your campaign, please reach out to the Election Commission Treasurer, Chase Krug at email@example.com
Preliminary Election Results will be held on Thursday, March 5th — RM TBA
The General Election date will be held on March 3rd 12:00am to Wednesday 11:59pm. The ballot is hosted on the vote.iastate.edu website.
The executive debates are required for all slates running on the ballot. These debates will be live-streamed on the Student Government Youtube and will take audience questions from an online Google form. Senatorial debates may be created upon the constituent councils’ request.