We Want YOU to Run For Office!
The Legislative election will take place in the fall and students can consider running for a congressional position. As a member of Congress, students will represent IU students and advocate for their needs and opinions.
The Executive election will take place March 27-28, 2019. Students can form a ticket of President and Vice President of Administration-which comprises the leadership of the executive branch of IUSG. These office holders dictate policy, student representation, and advocacy.
Election Code & Point System
Election Code: doc/2019 Procedural Election Code.pdf
Point System: doc/Point System.pdf
Please refer to Section 707 of the Procedural Election Code outlining how the point system will be used as criteria for the complaint process.
Advisory opinions can be submitted to request clarifications about the election code. Each advisory opinion request must include a specific action or procedure and reference to a specific section or sections of the election code.
Requests must be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org. Advisory opinions when issued will be publicly released on this website.
2018 Congress Election
2019 Executive Election
Please use this template to track campaign expenses:
The Election Commission strives for fair and equal elections, which means hearing possible complaints. Please refer to sections 704-707 of the Procedural Election Code for the complaint process. The Election Commission reviews complaints about violations that have occurred within the last 48 hours. Complaints should be reported by a member of IUSG only when there is reasonable belief a violation of the Procedural Election Code has occurred.
Please submit complaints to email@example.com. All complaints and reply briefs will be posted publicly on the website.
2019 Executive Election:
Event spaces reserved on campus through SLL must be submitted to the Election Commission using this form.
doc/Space Reservations Form