Yet another hanging-chad-filled GUSA election

Was anyone surprised to discover that, once again, our esteemed student government experienced electoral technical difficulties last night? “Due to unforeseen technical problems, the GUSA Senate online voting system was not functioning last night. The site is now… Read More

Rules of enfranchisement

If you weren’t planning on voting because you don’t give a shit about GUSA, now you have a reason to: You can learn about other countries’ electoral systems. GUSA is now using an instant runoff system – also… Read More

People of the Year?

It’s election season again at Georgetown, which means in a few weeks and after numerous appeals Martha Swanson will have handpicked a successor to Twister. Nevertheless, students will still be granted the privilege of participating in mock elections,… Read More

A t-shirt for a (GUSA) vote

Students voted on the Student Association’s proposed “Accountability and Reform Amendment” today, and quirks in the electoral procedure abounded. Supporters of the amendment, including author and Student Association Deputy Chief of Staff Matt Stoller (COL ’08), spent election… Read More