elections

Student Government Association’s (SGA) updates to the Elections Code represent an important step in ensuring that the debacle of last year’s SGA elections never occurs again. Changes to clearly delineate elections rules and allow Elections Board members to recuse themselves ...

The 52nd Student Government Association (SGA) convened on Monday night to amend the Elections Code and confirm Katherine Huang (17Ox, 19B) as the permanent replacement for former Vice President of Finance Paul Park (17Ox, 19B). Electoral Reforms Commission Presents Revisions ...

The 52nd legislature of the Student Government Association (SGA) unanimously confirmed a new Constitutional Council chief justice and three associate justices on Monday night. SGA also discussed a bill to establish an Elections Reform Commission, which was in first readings. ...

After backlash from Emory students, Student Government Association (SGA) presidential candidate Elias Neibart (20C) said that he “disavows” comments he made on Facebook nearly three years ago against same-sex marriage. “[Same-sex] marriage normalizes a relationship that is antithetical to the ...

The Elections Board has permitted two more candidates who missed the registration deadline to run in the Spring 2018 student government elections, according to Chair of the Elections Board Betty Zhang (20C). College Council (CC) Vice President of Administration Radhika ...

The Elections Board upheld Student Government Association (SGA) Chief of Staff Mario Karras’ (17Ox, 19B) candidacy for SGA president in a 6-0 decision after he failed to declare his candidacy by the deadline, according to Chair of the Elections Board ...

The current Student Government Association (SGA) Elections Code for electing presidents and executive vice presidents is ambiguous and illogical. Last year, it led to a confusing election ballot on which people voted for SGA president and executive vice president twice ...

Removing joint candidacy in the Student Government Association (SGA) executive elections is illogical and will lead to disjointed leadership and inefficient legislating. Bill 51sl40, which legislators will vote on during Monday’s meeting, would eliminate joint tickets and joint campaigning in ...

I can’t help but feel that the two major political parties in the United States are having a race to the bottom. A year and a half ago, it was the wildly unpopular Republican party that was broken and would ...