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students’ association board

This is a great opportunity for students of Red River College…

to gain valuable experience in a professional board setting, working with a diverse group of students to determine and achieve meaningful goals that will benefit the student body at Red River College.

As a member of the Students’ Association Board (SAB), the primary responsibility is to represent students from different constituency groups. Members of the board will attend all formal SAB meetings including sub-committees, follow Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised during board meetings and subcommittee meetings, and abide by the bylaws, mission, vision, and values of the Red River College Students’ Association.

Prior to and during meetings, members will have read executive reports and financial statements, bring forward and discuss student matters, move and vote on motions brought forward by the membership, executives, or students, and listen to formal presentations by external stakeholders regarding student issues.

Members are also expected to make themselves known to students by having their photo and name posted on SA media, speaking with students of their constituency to understand their concerns and needs, and bringing those items forward to SAB meetings.

All students may observe meetings as guests. To register and attend as an observer, please email sa_president@rrc.ca for more information on upcoming meetings.

Students’ Association Board

The Students’ Association Board is the governing body that operates to set the policies and determine the objectives and direction of the Students’ Association.

This is a great opportunity for students of Red River College to gain valuable experience in a professional board setting, working with a diverse group of students to determine and achieve meaningful goals that will benefit the student body at Red River College.

 The deadline to submit this Election Nomination Package is 4 pm on Friday, October 2, 2020. Packages can be submitted through the SA Website.

Mandatory Board Meetings – Schedule and Structure

As a committed member of the Students’ Association Board, the Students’ Association expects all members to attend all meetings on time. The Schedule for formal mandatory meetings will be scheduled around exams and will be released at the beginning of the Fall Term.

Committee meetings, when required, will be held from 5:00-5:45pm, with the official meeting running from 6:00-8:30pm. Depending on the committee, additional meetings may be required outside of these times.

In addition to the formal mandatory meetings, informal non-mandatory meetings will be scheduled.

**Missing more than two mandatory meetings will result in being removed from the board as per the RRCSA bylaws**

Students’ Association Board Job Description

As a member of the Students’ Association Board (SAB), the primary responsibility is to represent students from different constituency groups. Members of the board will attend all formal SAB meetings including sub-committees, follow Robert’s Rules of Order Newly Revised during board meetings and subcommittee meetings, and abide by the Bylaws, Mission, Vision, and Values of the Red River College Students’ Association.

Prior to and during meetings, members will have read Executive reports and financial statements, bring forward and discuss student matters, move and vote on motions brought forward by the membership, executives, or students, and listen to formal presentations by external stakeholders regarding student issues.

Members will serve for the term of their elected seat (Bylaw 7.2.01-7.2.07). Members will be on call for meetings during the summer months.

SAB members are expected to volunteer (6 hours throughout the academic year) during their term, which includes 3 hours during election times. This is in addition to the

time spent at SAB meetings. Members will attend and promote events, appeal hearings as needed and the Annual General Meeting, as well as other SA functions.

Members are also expected to make themselves known to students including having their photo and name posted on SA media, speaking with students of their constituency of choice to understand their concerns and needs, and bringing those items forward to SAB meetings.

Students interested in becoming a member of the SAB must be a student in good standing with Red River College and the Red River College Students’ Association.

Students’ Association Board Job Specification

Students interested in becoming a member of the Students’ Association Board should:

  • Be outgoing and enthusiastic, organized, punctual, and responsible
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Maintain confidentiality where applicable, and be professional
  • Work well in groups

 

 

Responsibilities of SAB Members

3.01 SAB Members shall:

  1. Act on the responsibilities outlined in the Letter of Commitment that SAB Members sign during their nomination process;
  2. Represent their constituency and Members of the SA as a whole;
  3. Attend all meetings of the SAB, all General Meetings and all meetings of standing committees of which they are members;
  4. Act honestly, in keeping with the interests of the SA Members;
  5. Exercise the powers of the SAB with care, diligence and skill that a reasonable and prudent person would exercise in comparable circumstances;
  6. Make themselves visible and accessible to SA Members;
  7. Keep confidential any information received in the course of their duties; and
  8. Volunteer a minimum of three hours to oversee a polling station during SA Elections, or to find a suitable alternate acceptable to the Elections Committee. The Elections Committee may excuse any Board Member who presents valid and extenuating circumstances.

 

Powers of the SAB

4.01 The SAB shall have the power, subject to the Articles, to:

  1. Pass general policies for the management and conduct of the SA and issues not dealt with in the Articles;
  2. Approve the salaries and remuneration of the Executive Officers;
  3. Enact, amend, or repeal Articles and policies of the SA;
  4. Employ staff at such time as it may deem necessary and advisable;
  5. Provide or withdraw support to outside organizations when such is deemed compatible and/or consistent with the Articles;
  6. Give indemnities to any SAB Member or other person who has, or will undertake, any liability on behalf of the SA;
  7. Delegate the powers of the SAB to the Executive Committee and/or the Executive Director, by a two-thirds vote of the Members of the SAB; and
  8. Care for other matters not provided for in the Articles as it may be deemed necessary.
Successful Election Campaign

A successful elections campaign depends quite heavily on the efforts put in by all Candidates. The following list of campaign ideas can be utilized to aid you in your campaign.

• Candidates can post within the social media accounts provided to the SA. If post is deemed inappropriate in any way, you will be asked to take it down. Failure to do so within 24 hours will result in demerits, additional demerits may be assigned for non-complaints as assigned by the CRO

• All candidates must submit a digital ad/poster that will be put on the SA Media for students to see.

• Candidates (or campaign team designate) must show up for the information session on Monday October 5, 2020 at 12 noon held through Zoom or be subject to demerits.

• Candidate posters and positioning statements may be posted by the RRCSA on RRCSA media outlets such as TVs, website, and social media.

• Candidates must participate in an all candidate’s day held through Zoom where they will present their speeches to students and answer questions regarding there platform. Session will be held on Tuesday October 13, 2020.

• Candidates may need to meet with the CRO and/or elections committee prior to being approved as a candidate to review their nomination package and answer any eligibility questions.

Demerit Point System

If a candidate reaches 5 demerits, they will be asked to appear before the Elections Committee and/or CRO to discuss their conduct with possible disqualification of elections. If a candidate reaches 15 demerits, they will be disqualified from the elections.

10        Any slanderous/libel remarks, defamatory comments or unethical behaviour made, or about another candidate, person, or group of people, during any public campaign event. Unethical behaviour will be defined by the CRO in conjunction with the Elections Committee as defined by Section 3.02 Elections Policies and Procedures as well as RRC policies.

5          Campaigning outside the campaigning period.

5          Failure to attend a scheduled meeting (ex. Candidate Orientation), campaign day without a suitable reason and/or notifying the SA President or CRO of the SA within an appropriate time.

5          Overspending the maximum campaign spending limit of $300 (Section 7.07 Elections Policies and Procedures).

5          Promoting another candidate’s campaign material through social media

3          For every $50 spent over the $300 maximum as decided by the CRO.

3          Any published promotion or aid to other candidates (Section 7.01 and 7.02 Elections Policies and Procedures).

3          Not complying with online rules and/or not submitting online URL sites (Section 7.06 Elections Policies and Procedures). Multiple infractions may result in multiple demerits as deemed appropriate by CRO.

3          Failure to submit campaign expenditures sheet (Section 7.07 Elections Policies and Procedures).

3          Bringing or Posting visible campaigning and/or election material into either Students’ Association office or Red River College Campuses unless requested by the Elections Committee (Section 3.02 Elections Policies and Procedures).

1          Demerit for each post or comment that is deemed inappropriate, violates social media guidelines and is not removed in a timely manner at the request of the Elections Committee or CRO

Elections Policies and Procedures
Revised September 3, 2020

SECTION 1: ELECTIONS COMMITTEE

1.01 Membership

The processes of all Elections of the Red River College Students’ Association shall be the responsibility of the Election Committee which is composed of the following:

1. Chief Returning Officer (CRO); and
2. Any Executive shall act as Chair; and
3. Another Executive shall act as Co-Chair; and
4. No less than four and no more than six members of the Students’ Association Board
5. In the event that the Vice-President(s) are unable or ineligible to serve on the committee, the Executive Committee or the SAB shall appoint a new Co-Chair
6. The Executive Director of the Students’ Association will act as a consultant and advisor as needed

1.02 Appointment

The committee shall be appointed no later than the October SAB meeting of the current academic year.

1.03 Responsibilities of the Election Committee

The Elections Committee shall:

1. Adhere to and uphold the Association’s Bylaws and policies as well as its Mission, Vision, and Values.
2. Conduct themselves in an ethical manner
3. Refrain from advocating on behalf of any candidate during the entire course of the election process
4. Enforce the rules and regulations governing the conduct of nominations, elections, and campaigns for Candidates
5. Review the Election Nominations packages, advising all nominees of said rules and regulations in writing
6. Help create a media campaign to encourage students to vote
7. Organize resources to meet the needs of the elections
8. Report to the Executive Committee and the SAB all minutes of meetings and activities of the elections
9. Keep accurate minutes of all meetings and prepare a final year-end report which shall be presented to the Executive Team
10. The Elections Committee must meet on a regular basis during campaigning period to deal with problems arising. All complaints will be heard and resolved by the CRO and/or Elections Committee within two business days of being reported unless further investigation is required
11. Review and recommend changes to the Elections Policy and Procedures
Students’ Association Board

In the event an Elections Committee member wishes to stand for election, that member must vacate their position on the Committee upon submission of their Nomination Package. For the duration of the election the Executive Committee may temporarily appoint someone to fill the position from the SAB.

SECTION 2: CHIEF RETURNING OFFICER (CRO)

2.01 Responsibilities of the Chief Returning Officer

The Chief Returning Officer shall:

1. Be a contracted position but cannot be a current/former student of Red River College or a staff member of the SA or College or have any relation to any of the candidates or be affiliated with any student political organizations
2. Be hired or appointed before the start of nominations
3. Ensure a minimum of four polling stations are set up for Elections
4. Help recruit and oversee poll clerks to operate the polling station with the help of the Election Committee
5. Help develop a schedule of poll clerks to operate the polling station
6. With electronic voting:

a. Have a process for each eligible student to obtain a voting email link ballot. Voters must provide their student ID, program and contact info to receive their voting email link providing they meet the eligible criteria

7. Ensure the results are announced using at least two forms of SA medium
8. Act as Emcee at all election related public appearances
9. Approve the voting ballot
10. Assign large hallway banner placement spots for Executive Candidates. The size of banner is to be determined by the number of candidates.

2.02 CRO Contract

The CRO will be:

1. Hired by the Executive Director and approved by the Chair(s) of the Elections Committee
2. Required to hold a minimum 40-hour term in office during the campaign period
3. Required to be available for an additional 25 hours for meetings, phone calls, and poll clerk training
4. Responsible for keeping track of their hours and submit a written summary report following the elections

SECTION 3: EXECUTIVE OFFICER CANDIDATES

3.01 Eligibility

To be eligible for election as an Executive Officer, a person must:

1. Be a registered Red River College student during the academic school year of the election
a. Students enrolled in programs with daytime co-op, work/school placement, apprentices are ineligible to run for an executive position.
2. Meet the criteria established for the position as outlined in the RRCSA Bylaws, Article 5
3. Be a member in good standing with the Students’ Association
4. Not be an executive member, employee, former employee, or Student Association Board member who has been removed from office with cause
5. A cumulative (overall) GPA of 2.5 is required to run for and maintain an Executive Officer position for their full term of office
6. A police information check must be submitted or a receipt proving the record check has been started
7. Be willing to make the individual’s cumulative (overall) GPA available to the SAB, elections committee, student population, and the RRCSA          Executive Director.

3.02 Responsibilities of Candidates

The candidates shall:

1. Adhere to the rules and procedures as outlined in these policies and in the nominations package and adhere to all Students’ Association bylaws, policies, and procedures including the Students’ Association Mission, Vision, and Values Statement
2. Behave in an ethical manner. Ethical behavior will be defined by the Elections Committee. The CRO will adjudicate breaches of ethical standards in conjunction with the Elections Committee. Their decision will be final. Slander and libel of any sort are strictly forbidden
3. Attend a mandatory candidate information session before becoming an eligible candidate
4. Not bring any visible campaign material into the Students’ Association Office (CM20 or P110) and/or campaign out of the SA Office.
5. Refrain from using any Students’ Association office space for campaigning purposes
6. Submit a list of campaign managers and staff working for the candidate before campaigning begins. Each candidate is responsible for the actions of the people they choose to represent them
7. Submit all printed materials to the CRO or SA Executive Director for creative content approval, prior to the use in campaigning. It is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure all approved content is printed appropriately according to the guidelines.
8. Put up and adhere to campaign materials as outlined in the Elections Policy & Procedures 7.03.
9. Supply any online, virtual, computer, Facebook, Twitter, etc. URLs being used for campaigning purposes, allowing the Elections Committee to investigate, ensuring all rules are being followed
10. Adhere to the decisions of the CRO and Elections Committee

3.03 Re-Election

A person who is currently in office and seeking re-election or a different position or a current staff member may remain in office under the condition they do not:

1. Campaign out of their office;
2. Bring campaign materials and/or equipment that are visible into the SA office during elections; and
3. Use any SA office space, material, or positional power for the purpose of preparation or actual campaigning.
4. No member shall be eligible to hold any combination of executive office for a period expanding more than three academic years and no more than two academic years in the same executive position

3.04 Student Status

The President is required to be a part-time student during his/her term in office. The Vice Presidents may remain full-time students but should be strongly encouraged by the Elections Committee to reduce their course loads during their term of office. A part-time student is defined as taking 59% or less of a full course load in their respective program.

3.05 Terms of Office

Executive Officers shall be in office:

1. For the Term of employment as stated in the Executive Letter of Commitment;
2. During regular business hours of Monday to Friday, 8:30am – 4:00pm;
3. During Summer Operation hours of Monday to Friday, 9 am – 3:30pm;
4. The President must work 30 hours per week during their term of office
5. The Vice Presidents must work 20 hours per week during their term of office
6. VPs will work an additional ten (10) hours per week during Summer Operation (10 weeks). Their total weekly hours will be thirty (30) during the Summer Operation.

SECTION 4: STUDENTS’ ASSOCIATION BOARD CANDIDATES

4.01 Eligibility

To be eligible for election to the Students’ Association Board, a person must:

a) Be a registered Red River College student during the academic school year of the election
a. Students enrolled in programs with daytime co-op, work/school placement, apprentices are ineligible to run for a position.
b) Meet the criteria established for the position as outlined in the RRCSA Bylaws, Article 5
c) Be a member in good standing with the Students’ Association
d) Not be an executive member, employee, former employee, or Student Association Board member who has been removed from office with cause
e) A cumulative (overall) GPA of 2.0 is required to run for and maintain a seat on the Board for the full term as elected
f) Be willing to make the individual’s cumulative (overall) GPA available to the SAB, elections committee, student population, and the RRCSA Executive Director.

4.02 Responsibilities of Candidates

The candidates shall:

1. Adhere to the rules and procedures as outlined in these policies and in the nominations package and adhere to all Students’ Association bylaws, policies, and procedures including the Students’ Association Mission, Vision, and Values Statement
2. Behave in an ethical manner. Ethical behavior will be defined by the Elections Committee. The CRO will adjudicate breaches of ethical standards in conjunction with the Elections Committee. Their decision will be final. Slander and libel of any sort are strictly forbidden
3. Attend a mandatory candidate information session before becoming an eligible candidate
4. Not bring any visible campaign material into the Students’ Association Office (CM20 or P110) and/or campaign out of the SA Office.
5. Refrain from using any Students’ Association office space for campaigning purposes
6. Submit a list of campaign managers and staff working for the candidate before campaigning begins. Each candidate is responsible for the actions of the people they choose to represent them
7. Submit all printed materials to the CRO or SA Executive Director for creative content approval, prior to the use in campaigning. It is the candidate’s responsibility to ensure all approved content is printed appropriately according to the guidelines.
8. Put up and adhere to campaign materials as outlined in the Elections Policy & Procedures 7.03.
9. Supply any online, virtual, computer, Facebook, Twitter, etc. URLs being used for campaigning purposes, allowing the Elections Committee to investigate, ensuring all rules are being followed
10. Adhere to the decisions of the CRO and Elections Committee

4.03 Re-Election

A person who is currently a Board member of the RRCSA and seeking re-election or a different position, may remain in their position under the condition they do not:

1. Campaign out of RRCSA office spaces;
2. Bring campaign materials and/or equipment that are visible into the SA office during elections; and
3. Use any SA office space, material, or positional power for the purpose of preparation or actual campaigning.

4.04 Student Status

A Board Member is required to be a Student in Good standing with Red River College and a Member of the Red River College Students Association (see) in order to be an eligible candidate. Board Members may be eligible as a full or part time student, granted they remain in courses for the entire duration of their term. A part-time student is defined as taking 59% or less of a full course load in their respective program.

4.05 Terms of Office

The term of the position held by an elected board member shall exist according to the Red River College Students’ Association Bylaws:

7.1.10 The fifteen seats of the SAB are divided into two terms. The Spring term, consisting of five SAB seats, which begins with the completion of the Spring election, and ends with the completion of the next Spring election. The Fall term, consisting of ten SAB seats, which begins with the completion of the Fall election, and ends with the completion of the next Fall election.

7.1.11 SAB members shall serve until the term of their seat expires.

SECTION 5: ELECTION DATES

5.01 Availability

The Election Committee shall approve dates for opening and closing nominations and election matters.
SECTION 6: NOMINATIONS

6.01 Notice

1. The Chief Returning Officer or Elections Committee Co-Chair will give notice of nominations by a minimum of ten business days before the opening of nominations by two or more forms of SA media. The Elections Committee must begin advertising the Election no later than the first SA Rep meeting of January. Nominations shall be open for a minimum of five business days. If no candidate is nominated, the Elections Committee may choose to extend the nomination deadline for a predetermined time for that specific position only.
2. Candidates may withdraw their nomination from an executive position or board position up to 24hrs prior to voting starting.

SECTION 7: CAMPAIGNING

7.01 Participant Regulations

1. Campaigning shall be open for a minimum period of five school days
2. All candidates shall be elected as individuals
3. All election advertising can contain only one candidate’s name or photo
4. At no time can any election advertising make reference of any kind to any candidate other than the candidate the advertising is intended for
5. Support of another candidate is not allowed including but not limited to verbal or written support
6. All campaigning and advertising intended for a specific candidate is the sole responsibility of that candidate
7. Posters and campaign materials may be left up during the voting period but must be taken down before a designated date as set out in the Elections package or be subject to demerits.
8. Candidates may campaign during the voting period
a. Not allowed within 15 meters of stationary voting stations
b. Campaigning near mobile voting stations should be avoided
9. Online campaigns may remain open during voting but must be shut down within the same time frame as other Poster and Campaign Materials. Refer to 7.03.10.

7.02 SAB Regulations

1. No member of the Executive, SAB, Students’ Association Staff or College Staff, shall actively campaign on behalf of any candidate written or oral.
2. All members of the SAB must remain impartial during the election process and shall not support any one candidate. SAB members wanting to campaign on behalf of and/or publicly support a
candidate should resign from their SAB position or be subject to SAB discipline with removal from the board
3. SAB meetings should not be held during campaigning or poll voting days
4. An SAB meeting will be held no later than April 30 following the close of polls to directly deal with elections issues

7.03 Campaign Materials

1. Candidates may post printed material on SA poster boards around the campus
2. Printed material must have the SA stamp of approval, and be numbered
3. No printed materials are allowed on walls or windows
4. No printed materials are allowed in the libraries, The Ox, The Mercantile, classrooms, cafeterias, or any unauthorized College facility.
5. The Cave, Lockers Lounge and Workshop can be used to campaign and post material
6. Can only be posted on yellow banner SA bulletin boards
7. Posters shall be no larger than 8.5”x11 and numbered from 1-50, to a maximum of 50
8. The submitted campaign poster will be used for SA election advertisement.
9. Handouts shall be no larger than 4”x 4” to a maximum of 100
10. Each candidate’s material cannot be placed over any other candidate’s material or any other material on the board to a limit of one poster per person per board
11. All campaign material (printed/online) must be removed before a designated date as set out in the Elections package or be subject to demerits.

7.04 RRCSA Media/Advertisement

1. Candidates will provide their campaign poster and positioning statement which may be used on RRCSA social media sites including but not limited to websites, projector, digital TV’s etc.

7.05 Radio/TV

1. All costs associated with radio and television advertising will be the candidate’s responsibility and must be included in the campaign expenditures form

7.06 Technology

1. Websites and online activities may only be developed and accessible during the campaigning period
2. Promotion of websites will be considered campaigning material
3. The Election Committee must be provided with website addresses, URLs, and viewing access to all content
4. Other technological campaigning must be in accordance with College Polices

7.07 Expenditures

1. Each candidate is permitted to spend no more than $300 on campaigning and material
2. The Students’ Association will reimburse up to $100 of the allowed $300 spending for campaign material. In addition, the fee of the police information check will be reimbursed, but does not count towards the total spent
3. All receipts of expenditure must be submitted to the SA Office or CRO by 12pm on the last day of voting or be subject to demerits and/or discipline up to removal as a candidate
4. No reimbursement will be made unless receipts are handed in
5. The CRO may award three infraction demerits for every $50 spent over the maximum on top of the five demerits awarded for going over the $300 budget

SECTION 8: VOTING

8.01 Elections Days

The Election Committee shall approve dates for Opening and Closing of Election Polls.

8.02 Who Can Vote and How

Every eligible member of the Students’ Association shall be entitled to one vote for the election of each Executive Officer, and an equal amount of votes for Board candidates proportional to the board positions being elected, provided that member:
1. Receives an email invitation through their academic email account to vote online supplying their student number, password
2. Meets the criteria of a SA member in good standing as outlined in the Association bylaws

8.03 Ballots

1. Ballots will be ordered alphabetically by candidates’ last name for each position
2. Placement of positions on ballot shall be in the order of President, VP Academic, VP Internal, VP External and Board Members
3. Candidates running uncontested will have yes/no/abstain options on the ballot with the Yes box first
4. All candidate positions/ballots will include an abstain option

8.04 Counting Ballots

1. With online voting, the CRO, Executive Director or Elections Co-Chairs will retrieve the electronic ballot results from the computer system and print out the results at the close of the voting period

SECTION 9: POLL CLERKS

9.01 Requirements

1. All Poll Clerks should be found prior to voting day
2. With online voting, if a poll clerk has access to student emails or passwords, there must be a second poll clerk present at all times
3. With online voting, mobile stations may not have a copy of student passwords

9.02 Responsibilities of Poll Clerks

A Poll Clerk shall:

1. Remain impartial at all times
2. Only provide information regarding voting procedures and all candidates’ names/positions while supervising a polling station
3. With online voting, provide the student with information where to find the web site to vote, or where the information was sent for them to vote online and what is required to vote online
4. Provide eligible students a way to obtain a voting email link ballot.

SECTION 10: WINNERS

The CRO or Elections Committee will contact each candidate and let them know the standing results within 24 hours of the election polls closing. Official results will be published and/or announced in two forms of the Associations’ media within two weeks of the election.

SECTION 11: DISPUTES

1. All disputes or concerns must be brought to the Elections Committee within two working days of the occurrence
2. Elections results will be stored with the Students’ Association for a period of thirty calendar days after the election. At that point, the information will be filed provided any concerns have been resolved.
3. Candidates must bring all complaints to the CRO and Elections Committee Chair so that the Elections Committee can fully research the dispute in a timely fashion. The Election Committee and/or CRO will make a judgement regarding the dispute and the decision will be final. All disputes will be dealt with by the Election Committee within two school days unless more time is needed to investigate.
4. Any candidate wishing to appeal their demerit assessment(s) may need to meet with the elections committee, CRO and/or ED who will assess the risk to the association where they will make a recommendation to the CRO who will determine the appeal request.

SECTION 12: DEMERIT SYSTEM

The Demerit System provides points to be assessed against a candidate for a variety of infractions. The guideline sets out a list of infractions and corresponding demerits. Upon reaching ten (10) demerits, candidate will meet with the Elections Committee or CRO to discuss issues pertaining to the existing demerits and the impending demerit limit. Upon reaching fifteen (15) or more demerits, the candidate shall be disqualified from the election immediately. Once a candidate is disqualified, they shall not be reimbursed for any expenditures and all election sites shall be taken down. The application of the Demerit System can be found in the Election Nominations Package. The CRO has the right to recommend and enforce demerits that are not specifically detailed in the Demerits section of the Nomination Package. The candidate may not appeal their disqualification to the SAB as the decision of the CRO or Elections Committee is final.

SECTION 13: STAFF ELECTION GUIDE

1. RRCSA staff must remain impartial during the election process where all candidate questions must be directed to the Elections Committee, CRO or designate.
2. Candidates needing more information regarding the election, any candidates or elected student job descriptions may set up a meeting with the Elections Committee Chair(s) or designate through the SA offices.
3. Election Nominations Packages will be available online at rrcsa.ca.
4. The SA/staff will supply each Executive candidate with material (paper/pens/paint/tacks) for their large hallway/atrium banners. Any request for additional candidate campaign banner/supplies (tape, tacks, staplers, pens) must be directed to the Elections Committee, CRO or designate.

SECTION 14: RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE PROJECTOR

1. The Editor-in-Chief will ensure all candidates posters and/ad’s get onto the Projector website, as submitted, on the approved day, as set out in the election nomination package.
2. The members of the Elections Committee will not interfere with the editorial content of articles.

SECTION 15: CANDIDATE QUESTION, ANSWER, AND SPEECHES

1. The Elections Committee may require a candidate to prove contested statements and/or claims
2. The CRO or a person designated by the Elections Committee will act as the Emcee at the public events