Rosoff still in race
Published: Thursday, March 7, 2013
Updated: Thursday, March 7, 2013 01:03
Yesterday, the Associated Students of Oregon State University elections committee found nothing wrong with Nick Rosoff’s meeting last Friday in the Native American Longhouse.
A member of the committee had concerns that Rosoff’s meeting may have gone against the sanctions issued by the committee last Thursday. However, after a short discussion of the details, the committee decided not to take action.
The committee also heard Rosoff’s appeal of last week’s charges and sanctions. The committee decided to remove two of the minor offenses, but did not lift the sanctions issued against Rosoff.
Rosoff was found guilty of one major and five minor elections violations last Thursday by the committee. He was charged with beginning to campaign before April 1 and with distributing campaign materials before then. Rosoff’s sanctions do not allow him to begin campaigning before April 6.
The committee also discussed minor changes to the election packet, like prohibiting campaigning in Snell 149.
The elections committee will meet again March 12 at 6 p.m. in MU 206.
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