ASUC Senate lifts restrictions on campaigning in study spaces, approves referendums

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While deliberating SB 66, a bill to amend new ASUC election bylaws that passed unanimously, a majority of the Senate decided to remove campaigning restrictions on university-owned study spaces from the bill. Candidates are allowed to campaign in any space within a university run building (including hallways), wear clothing indicating political affiliation and send electronic messages.
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