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UISG implements new election codes

BY DI STAFF | JANUARY 27, 2010 7:30 AM

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The UI Student Government passed new election codes on Tuesday evening, changing previous standards on how students can run for office.

The new rules will modify the procedure of candidate complaints, as well as add a new position to investigate the filed complaints.

Gordon Sonnenschein, a member of the Student Elections Board, said officials made the modifications made partly because of conflicts in last year’s election.

Also at the meeting, senators voted in favor of supporting trayless UI dining halls. The bill requires all UISG members to refrain from using trays as an example for other students.

UISG President Michael Currie said he plans to write a letter to Assistant Director of Dining Services Greg Black, in addition to sending e-mails to the UI faculty and students to promote trayless efforts.

— by Ashley Oerman


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