ASUC Senate discusses student fees, passes resolution advocating support for marginalized communities

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In response to Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death and Amy Coney Barrett’s Supreme Court nomination, the ASUC Senate passed a resolution reiterating its dedication to protecting marginalized populations.

During its meeting Wednesday, the ASUC Senate approved resolutions promoting campus diversity and discussed student affairs in light of upcoming local elections and the COVID-19 pandemic.
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ASUC Elections Council denies campaign finance reports

Four campaign finance reports were denied at the annual ASUC Elections Council Campaign Finance Committee meeting Wednesday. The issues that led to the denials ranged from clerical errors to discrepancies between campaign expenditures and revenues reported.
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ASUC elections go online, force candidates to adapt

ASUC elections have moved completely online, forcing candidates to alter their campaigning strategies and the ASUC Elections Council to find new ways to get the word out about voting. The decision was made in response to campus’s move to remote classes and the shelter-in-place order over the COVID-19 pandemic.
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