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2016 general election page

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GENERAL ELECTION 2016 — UNOFFICIAL RESULTS

VICE-PRESIDENT, EXTERNAL RELATIONS

Sacha Fabry 
401 votes (elected)

Kevin Khamseh
108 votes



VICE-PRESIDENT, INTERNAL DEVELOPMENT

Amina El Mantari
280 votes (elected)

Farhood Fadaghi
147 votes



VICE-PRESIDENT, STUDENT LIFE

Beatriz Miralles  — YES
401 votes (elected)

Beatriz Miralles — NO
34 votes



VICE-PRESIDENT, UNIVERSITY RELATIONS & SERVICES

Jullian Kolstee — YES
387 votes (elected)

Jullian Kolstee — NO
37 votes



ARTS & SCIENCES FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

Sarah Rose Klassen
90 votes (elected)

Kalen Tara
52 votes

Ashley Kenney
75 votes (elected)

Gur Jassar
40 votes



BUSINESS & PROFESSIONAL STUDIES FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

Marissa LeSire — YES
184 votes (elected

Marissa LeSire — NO
13 votes


 

GLOBAL & COMMUNITY STUDIES FACULTY REPRESENTATIVE

Carmina Tioseco — YES
41 votes (elected)

Carmina Tioseco — NO
17 votes

Kyle LeGrow — YES
45 votes (elected)

Kyle LeGrow — NO
9 votes


 

ACCESSIBILITY JUSTICE COORDINATOR

Alysa Huppler-Poliak — YES
356 votes (elected

Alysa Huppler-Poliak — NO
38 votes



ENVIRONMENTAL JUSTICE COORDINATOR

Haley Kuzek  — YES
396 votes (elected

Haley Kuzek — NO
23 votes



FIRST NATIONS STUDENT LIAISON

Geronimo Alec — YES
224 votes (elected

Geronimo Alec — NO
15 votes



INTERNATIONAL STUDENTS LIAISON

Darya Kostromitina — YES
207 votes (elected

Darya Kostromitina — NO
20 votes



QUEER STUDENTS LIAISON

Clarice Scop
139 votes (elected

Sahara Bridges
119 votes



SOCIAL JUSTICE COORDINATOR

Divya Nanray — YES
359 votes (elected

Divya Nanray — NO
21 votes



WOMEN STUDENTS LIAISON

Emily Solomon
243 votes (elected)

Nataliia Golovanova
168 votes

SO YOU WANT TO RUN IN THE ELECTION…

  • DECIDE WHAT POSITION YOU’D LIKE TO RUN FOR
    What position do you think you would be good at? You can attend an information session or review the simple job descriptions below.

  • COMPLETE NOMINATION PACKAGE
    Nomination packages are available online. In order to be nominated, you need to collect 25 signatures (only five if you’re running for campus rep!) on a nomination form and submit it to the CSU Members Centre (LB 195) by noon on March 3.

  • ATTEND CANDIDATE ORIENTATION
    Once the names on your nomination package are accepted, you’ll have to attend the candidate orientation session at noon on March 4. If you can’t make it, you can arrange for a one-on-one meeting.

  • CAMPAIGN
    You’re almost there! Now you have to get the votes, starting March 7 you can start putting up posters, shaking hands, and kissing babies.

POSITIONS AVAILABLE

There are plenty of positions for which to run at the CSU. Below you can find brief descriptions of each role and their respective

NOMINATION PACKAGE

If you would like to run for a position on the CSU Board of Directors, please refer to the Spring 2016 candidate nomination package for more information. This package contains the details you need to know as well as nomination forms.

IMPORTANT DATES

February 22 — nominations period opens

February 24 — CSU info session
4:30PM, MA116 CSU Conference Room
Need more information about the CSU and the role and responsibilities of being a board member before submitting your nomination package? Come to this information session to learn more about the CSU and to have all your questions answered!

March 1 — CSU info session
11:30AM, MA116 CSU Conference Room
Need more information about the CSU and the role and responsibilities of being a board member before submitting your nomination package? Come to this information session to learn more about the CSU and to have all your questions answered!

March 3 — nomination period closes at 12:00PM (NOON)
Nominees must drop off completed nomination forms and candidate information pages to the Desk in the CSU Members Lounge (Library 195) by this time. Nominations received after this time will not be accepted.

March 4 — candidate orientation session
12:00PM (noon), MA116 CSU Conference Room
All candidates are required to attend this candidate orientation meeting prior to campaigning. The Chief Returning Officer will provide an overview concerning the electoral procedures as well as other relevant rules and important information you need to know before you begin campaigning. If you are not able to attend this meeting, you must contact the CRO directly to arrange an alternate meeting time.

March 4 — campaign period begins
Before campaigning, you must attend the mandatory all-candidates orientation meeting, at which time you will receive a copy of the candidates handbook, which will provide detailed information regarding campaign rules.

March 8 — all-candidates forum for Executive Committee and Faculty Representatives
11:30AM CSU Members Lounge (LB 195)

March 10 — all-candidates forum for Collective Liaisons/ Coordinators
11:30AM CSU Members Lounge (LB 195)

Polling – CSU Members Lounge (LB 195)
March 15: 9:30AM-5:00PM
March 16: 9:30AM-6:00PM
March 17: 9:30AM-4:00PM

March 17 — unofficial results announced

PAST ELECTION REPORTS

CONTACT

Ron LauferChief Returning Officer
The chief returning officer (CRO) is in charge of CSU elections and by-elections. Contact him with any election-related questions, comments, or complaints.
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