SG general elections begin
USF students can head to the polls starting Monday through March 3 to vote in the student body elections.
According to Student Government (SG), three polling stations will be open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. SG will be giving out food and T-shirts to those who vote.
On Monday and Tuesday, polling stations will be located at the Marshall Student Center, the walkway between Pollo Tropical and Cooper Hall and the Sun Dome walkway.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the Sun Dome polling station will be moved to the Juniper-Poplar Hall walkway.
Voting can also be done online via the SG website, sg.usf.edu/vote. Click the link for the 2016 general elections on the website. Student can visit the SG Facebook page to learn more about candidates running for executive and legislative positions.
Senators running for election are in albums organized by college with a small biography about each nominee paired with their photograph.
Currently, there are three campaign-eligible tickets running for student body president and vice president: running mates Chris Griffin and Alec Waid, Nicole Hudson and Amanda Hill and Michael Malanga and Taylor Sanchez.
The vice presidential and presidential debates took place last week, during which candidates discussed their platforms and initiatives they hope to implement upon election.
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