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Contestation of an Election

  1. Any candidate, slate, or sponsor may contest the validity of an Association election by filing a contestation within seventy-two hours after the close of the polls.

  2. Contestations shall contain the name of the contesting party, his/her local address and phone number, and the grounds upon which the contestation is being filed.

  3. A contestation shall be considered filed upon receipt by the Chair of the Senate of the contestation. The Chair of the Senate must post and adhere to reasonable procedures for receiving contestations.

  4. The Chair of the Senate shall distribute copies of the contestation to all members of the Senate in a timely manner.

  5. The Senate shall use the information contained within the contestation when considering whether to validate an Association election.

Mon May 9 17:09:02 PDT 1994