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USAC candidate sanctioned for premature campaigning with Facebook page

The undergraduate student government election board sanctioned a candidate Friday for prematurely creating a Facebook page about her campaign. The board determined that Sayron Stokes, an independent candidate running for the transfer student representative position, violated conduct regulations by creating a page called “Sayron Stokes for UCLA USAC Transfer Representative” before social media campaigning was allowed. Read more...

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Election board chair Danielle Fitzgerald spoke to all the candidates running for this year’s undergraduate student government elections at an orientation event Wednesday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

USAC Election Board outlines campaign guidelines for spring election

Student leaders discussed spending limits and social media regulations for spring undergraduate student government elections at a candidate orientation Wednesday night. The election board chair and directors spoke to this year’s Undergraduate Students Association Council election candidates about upcoming events, rules and due dates. Read more...

Photo: Election board chair Danielle Fitzgerald spoke to all the candidates running for this year’s undergraduate student government elections at an orientation event Wednesday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

Election board chair Danielle Fitzgerald spoke to all the candidates running for this year’s undergraduate student government elections at an orientation event Wednesday. (Axel Lopez/Daily Bruin)

This year's undergraduate student government elections will feature six uncontested positions and 10 independent candidates. Students can start voting during week five. (Daily Bruin file photo)

USAC election introduces new slate, to have one presidential candidate

This post was updated on April 24 at 2:50 p.m. This year’s student government elections will have an unopposed presidential candidate. Bruins United candidate Arielle Yael Mokhtarzadeh is the only person running for the Undergraduate Students Association Council president. Read more...

Photo: This year's undergraduate student government elections will feature six uncontested positions and 10 independent candidates. Students can start voting during week five. (Daily Bruin file photo)

This year's undergraduate student government elections will feature six uncontested positions and 10 independent candidates. Students can start voting during week five. (Daily Bruin file photo)


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