Spring 2017 Senate elections

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Along with the Executive Branch of Elections, the Spring also carries with it new openings for ASNMSU Senators in their respective Colleges. The following are all Senate Candidates (divided by College and organized alphabetically). Some quick points to remember for voters:

Senators:

* Terms run for one year

* Represent their respective college in the ASNMSU Senate with the right to draft and vote on legislation.

* Members of their respective College’s council.

To vote:

* Must be an NMSU Student.

* Log on to Election.NMSU.edu

* Voters must be enrolled in the College of that specific candidate (example: Business Majors can vote for Business Senators and Presidential Candidates but not a Candidate from the Engineering College)

* Voting Starts April 3rd at 8 A.M., concluding on Friday, April 7th.

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