Elections board meeting recap [September 28, 2011 edition]

This recap brought to you by UP reporter Dylan Bouscher:

The SG Elections Board met last Wednesday to outline its objectives for the rest of the semester. The first few issues the board plans to address are:

– Campaign Violations:
During the meeting, the Elections Board discussed revising their statutes on campaign violations. Rather than having to vote on what it considers a major or minor violation once a candidate commits a violation, Elections Chair Thomas Levy said, “We should define and clarify what constitutes a major violation and a minor violation in the statutes.”

No deadline was set on that.

– Student Polling Reform:

The board proposed a ramp up of their student polling efforts. “Ideally, we would create a system of student polling that could be presented to the Student Body President and House and Senate regularly — around every 6-7 weeks for all relevant issues,” Levy said.

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