Elections board: At the Student Senate meeting on Tuesday, the ASPSU Elections Board presented a nearly finalized list of its by-laws and revisions to the Senate.
At the Student Senate meeting on Tuesday, the ASPSU Elections Board presented a nearly finalized list of its by-laws and revisions to the Senate. The goal of the revisions is to streamline the system next year by implementing a new universal method of dealing with infractions. Thus far, several senators have suggested the docking of votes for candidates who receive infractions. Other senators suggested that would be disenfranchising voters.
With the passing of the new constitutional amendments, the term of ASPSU president and vice president has been extended. Now, the Judicial Board is in the process of determining whether the amendment applies to the current administration or the incoming administration. The J-board is also looking over the by-laws for next year’s E-board.
The Executive branch announced that there will be a transition party on June 27 to prepare president-elect Adam Rahmlow and Vice president-elect Pearce Whitehead for office.
The executive branch also said that the legislative bill that would arm campus security is reportedly likely to pass. ASPSU has announced that it actively opposes this bill. ?