For the 2014-15 ASSU Executive, The Stanford Daily’s Editorial Board unanimously endorses Lauren Miller ’15 and Geo Saba ’15.
Dan Ashton ’14 and Billy Gallagher ’14 have been elected as the 2013-14 ASSU Executive after two rounds of balloting, beating out Najla Gomez ’14 and Elizabeth Patino ’14.
The Daily crunches the numbers from last week’s ASSU general election.
A voting irregularity has emerged in the race for senior class president, which involves two slates, “Senior Citizen” and “Senior Shore.” Two members of Senior Shore dropped out of the race early this week, to be replaced by a single member.
The ballot for the ASSU general election officially opened this morning at 12:01 a.m. Students can vote at http://ballot.stanford.edu/.
The Graduate Student Council (GSC) began its first meeting of the new year with programming that embraced the winter season.
The ASSU Undergraduate Senate will continue debate Tuesday on a much-anticipated campaign finance bill authored by Executives Angelina Cardona ’11 and Kelsei Wharton ’12. The bill, with the potential to reform the entire executive campaign process, would set executive-campaign spending caps and decrease the amount of funds offered through public financing if it can overcome concerns about enforcement and constitutionality.
Angelina Cardona ’11 and Kelsei Wharton ’12 beat out five other slates to win the position of ASSU executive on Saturday, defeating Ryan Peacock and Jonathan Bakke, both doctoral students in chemical engineering, in the final round of runoff voting by a margin of more than 500 votes.