Here’s all you need to know about voting

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For the next three days, students will have their say in how they are represented and advocated for on campus. Whether it’s menu options at Felicita’s, resources for sexualized violence awareness, or tuition fee caps, our student politicians can affect a lot of things on campus, and so it’s important that you know some stuff before you throw some check marks next to their name.

Here is a comprehensive list of the Martlet’s coverage of this election. Take a click through and catch up with candidates, read about the debates, and get angry about other people’s opinions.

The voting period begins today, and students can vote online at until March 2 at 4:30 p.m. So, what are you waiting for?

Interviews with Candidates

Ciel Arbour-Boehme

Dirk Slot

Envision Slate

UVSS Fashion Streeters

Photo by Belle White, Photo Editor

Meet Your Candidates Recap

Senate and Board of Governor Candidates Forum fails to draw audience

Directors debate a tame affair

Curtis Whittla, undergraduate student candidate for Senate. Photo by Belle White, Photo Editor

Referenda Questions

Health Care plan faces live-saving vote

Food Bank referendum seeks to increase funds, resources

Voting opens on Feb. 28 and closes on March 2 and 4:30 p.m. Photo by Belle White, Photo Editor

Election News Coverage

Purple Party member disqualified

UVSS Election campaigning begins

Election Op-Eds

Cannabis on campus is a pipe dream

One Side Does Not Fit All  

Your vote still matters!