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- Placement on the ballot shall refer to the qualification
for election of the appropriate candidate or slate, or for approval
of the appropriate Special Fee request or ballot measure. Appearance
on the ballot shall refer to actual mention on the physical
election ballot of the appropriate candidate, slate, Special
Fee request, or ballot measure.
- In borderline cases, the Elections Commissioner in consultation
with the Hearings Officer shall allow election issues to proceed
towards placement on the ballot.
- A meeting shall be held the week prior to the beginning
of campaigning, or, in the case of the Spring quarter general
election, the first week of Spring quarter, to orient all candidates,
slates, and sponsors to election practices. The time and place
of the meeting shall be announced to all individuals who have
filed declarations of intent and shall be publicized by at least
two display ads in the Stanford Daily or flyer distributions
through the Ad Agency the week of the meeting.
- Any candidate, slate, or sponsor may withdraw from
the election by submitting to the Commission, at least twenty-four
hours prior to the opening of the polls, a written declaration
of withdrawal. A list of all withdrawals shall be prominently
posted at each polling site.