Amid campaign controversy, Weston Lee loses to Jessica Cairo

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After a hard-fought battle after being left off the ballot and being nearly disqualified, Weston Lee lost the position as Vice President of Diversity and Unity for WSUSA to Jessica […]

Candidate left off ballot for unknown reasons

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Early on March 13, Weber State University Student Association elections opened. However, Diversity and Unity Vice President candidate Weston Lee was left off the voting ballot and some students were […]

Candidate disqualifications mar opening days of WSUSA elections

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Less than 36 hours into this year’s Weber State University Student Association executive officer elections, controversy had already erupted over two races. On Monday afternoon, the WSUSA elections committee announced […]

Elections Committee: Early votes won’t count for disqualified candidates

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After deliberating for two hours on Tuesday afternoon, the Weber State University Student Association Elections Committee ruled that votes cast for four disqualified candidates before Tuesday morning will not count […]

Final WSUSA senator positions still being processed

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After last week’s WSUSA Student Senate elections were held, eight senator positions were left undecided, due to the ongoing processing of write-in candidates paperwork for the positions. On Tuesday afternoon, […]