Elections Administration Committee

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Elections Administration Committee Purpose and Mission Statement

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The Elections Administration Committee (EAC) is an integral part of ASUW Elections, comprised of UW student volunteers with a hired EAC Chair. Students who serve on the EAC help with the many functions of Elections such as advertising, conducting election forums, setting up and running the information booths, and filing violations. The EAC operates within the rules outlined in the Elections Policies and Procedures.


For more information please check out the Elections Administration Committee Website as it is updated: http://vote.asuw.org/eac


About EAC

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ASUW Elections are held each year during Spring Quarter. Constitutional amendments and ballot initiatives are also considered during Spring Quarter elections. Candidates, tickets, the proponents or opponents of ballot measures, their affiliates, and any other students involved in ASUW Elections are expected to uphold the Elections Policies and Procedures.
The Elections Administration Committee is dedicated to conducting a fair and ethical elections process for the Associated Students of the University of Washington. The work of this committee is crucial to the future of the association. We serve as both a resource for candidates and ballot measures as well as a safeguard to protect the student body at large. Beyond enforcing the Elections Policies and Procedures, we will also ensure that students are aware of the elections process through marketing, programming, and an increase in neutral voting stations. As students across campus vote to select the future leaders of the ASUW, it is our responsibility to ensure that the elections process is ethical.

Contact Information

Elections Administration Committee Chair: Brian Price

Advisor: Phil Hunt

Office: HUB 121F

Phone: 206.543.1780

E-mail: asuwvote@u.washington.edu

Facebook: ASUW Elections Administration Committee

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