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The office of the Student Government Elections Board remains vacant most of the time, as the chair of the board lives on FAU’s Jupiter campus. Ryan Klimar, the marketing director for the Elections Board, has been frustrated with Gregory Barber’s absence, and thinks it has to do with him being a Jupiter student: “He’s not in Boca, he’s not where the action happens. The representation of Broward and Jupiter towards FAU is important, … but when you’re choosing university-wide leadership positions, they need to be centered in Boca.”

Student Government member forgoes duties, students say advisers stepped in to save elections

April 27, 2016

A miniature American flag hangs upside down on the corkboard of the elections office in the second floor of the Student Union, a traditional note of a state in distress. The flipped flag symbolizes the chaos the elections office faced over the past two months. “The elections are done so I guess I’ll just—” Elections Board Marketing Director Ryan Klimar said as he reached over to flip the flag right side up. “I flipped that two months ago.” In February, the Student Government elections for the next president, vice president and campus governors kicked off, but they didn’t go smoothly.

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Student Government elections: Michael Cairo wins presidency, official results still pending

February 29, 2016

Left in the dark since Thursday, the candidates from this year's student government spring elections can breathe a sigh of relief.

Student body president Kathryn Edmunds (left) overstepped her bounds when she fired Carter Lewis (right) on Oct. 8. Max Jackson | Staff Photographer (L)  and Gregory Cox | Managing Editor (R)

Locked Out: Student Government member wrongly removed from his position

October 27, 2015

n a Thursday morning, Carter Lewis walked into the Student Union and headed up the stairs toward his office like any other da...

Photo by Gregory Cox | Managing Editor

SG Elections: Number of Student Voters Worsens

September 18, 2015

Elections wrapped up on Sept. 17, and Student Government officials are trying to understand why there is -- yet again -- such low interest in voting.

(Left to right) Carter Lewis, Michael Cepeda, Chris Ferreira, and Aaron Sherman. Max Jackson | Photo Editor

Student Government is to rework the constitution this summer

April 17, 2015

Student Government is looking to rework their entire constitution and the 12 chapters of statutes that outline how Florida Atlant...

Casey Martin (left) and Kathryn Edmunds (right) during Media Day. Martin speaks about increasing voter turnout. Jessica Wilkerson | Contributing Photographer

Presidential and Vice Presidential Candidates run unopposed as elections near

February 18, 2015

Between candidates being disqualified and breaking statutes, FAU is making history during this year’s campaign season. For the...