Charges filed against ASUC President for executive order voiding V.O.I.C.E. initiative

ASUC President Vishalli Loomba speaks at the senate meeting about her executive order voiding the V.O.I.C.E. initiative.
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ASUC President Vishalli Loomba speaks at the senate meeting about her executive order voiding the V.O.I.C.E. initiative.

Charges have been filed against the ASUC and ASUC President Vishalli Loomba for the executive order Loomba issued voiding the Daily Californian’s V.O.I.C.E. initiative. On Friday, Solicitor General Erin Delaney and former Attorney General Kevin Gibson submitted a charge sheet to the Judicial Council on behalf of Lynn Yu, campaign manager
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Judicial Council rules in favor of V.O.I.C.E Intiative

Despite multiple charges filed against the V.O.I.C.E. Initiative, the ASUC Judicial Council ruled Friday that they would not disqualify the referendum, citing insubstantial evidence. The charges — the first filed by ASUC President Vishalli Loomba and ASUC Attorney General Deepti Rajendran, and another filed by former CalTV Co-Executive Director Myles Moscato
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ASUC Judicial Council rejects charges against Solicitor General

ASUC Solicitor General Erin Delaney will continue to represent the V.O.I.C.E. initiative after charges filed against her were rejected Friday. The ASUC Judicial Council rejected charges that would have prohibited Delaney from representing campaign manager for the referendum Lynn Yu in any case regarding the legality of the V.O.I.C.E. initiative.
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Both ASUC ballot referendums called into question

Both fee initiatives on this year’s ASUC election ballot may be invalid. On Saturday, the ASUC Judicial Council voted to hold hearings that call the fate of the V.O.I.C.E. and Class Pass referendums into question. The council will hold one hearing to decide whether ASUC President Vishalli Loomba’s executive order voiding The
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The ASUC elections voting booth in front of Sigma Epsilon.

ASUC Judicial Council rejects proposed rule to prevent incentivized voting

An attempt by the ASUC Elections Council to implement a temporary rule meant to prevent incentivized voting was rejected by the ASUC Judicial Council on Tuesday. According to ASUC Attorney General Deepti Rajendran, concerns were brought to the Elections Council about specific candidates’ campaign staff and specific political parties running voting
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