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Election Information

Page address: https://www.mnsu.edu/mssa/involved/election.html/

2020 STUDENT GOVERNMENT ELECTION

The election for 2020-2021 Student Government Executives, Senators, and Board/Commission members will take place online from 8am - 6pm on Tuesday, April 14, 2020. The website for the election is www.mnsu.edu/voting

[PDF] 2020 Student Government Election Results (Published 4/16/2020) (51 KiB)

[PDF] 2020 Student Government Election Candidate Guide  (419 KiB) View this to see info about who is running!

Candidate Application (Available January 13, 2020)  You must be logged in to Engage in order to access the application

Amendment and Student Fee Referendum Language

[PDF] 2020 Student Government Election Rules - Amended 03-24-2020 (503 KiB)

[PDF] 2020 Student Government Election CSU Posting Rules/Policy (495 KiB)

[PDF] 2020 Election Timeline-Amended 03-24-2020  (515 KiB)

The election for 2020-2021 Student Governemnt Executives, Senators, and Board/Commission members will take place online from 8 a.m.-6 p.m. on Tuesday, April 14, 2020.  The website for the election is www.mnsu.edu/voting.

Candidates for President and Vice President office must complete their candidacy application by March 31, 2020.  Candidates for all other positions must complete their applications by April 7, 2020.

The campaign period will begin Friday, March 27, 2020.  Please see the election rules below for further information.  

MSSA President and MSSA Vice President- 1 Year Term - Elected Together. No person may run independently for President or Vice President.  Two candidates must run together.)

Student Senators (30) - Academic, At-Large, and Residential Community Senators.

[PDF] CSU Election Rules (495 KiB)

MSSA Campaigning Res Hall Rules

Spring 2020 Election Voting Booth Site (must log in with StarID and password to access)

 

Election Questions