Executive election voter turnout is up nearly one per cent from last year. Over 11 per cent of voters participated in this year's Feds executive election while the U-Pass referendum saw a 28 per cent turnout.
This year's Feds elections came to a close with the announcement of Danielle Burt, Maaz Yasin, Stephane Hamade, and Ben Balfour claiming the four executive seats.
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The Feds election results are out. Students have voted in favour of the U-Pass and elected Team Spark into most of the executive positions.
Glitch in Feds polling system caused some student votes to be discounted.
<em>Feds website is still down and allegations are unable to be posted in a timely manner, below are several recent allegations made</em> The Feds website...
This Feds election will use the instant run-off voting system, which is a type of ranked voting used to elect...