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- The ten regular undergraduate members of the Senate
shall be elected at-large
by all undergraduate members of the Association.
Each undergraduate member of the Association
voting may cast one vote for each of ten candidates
seeking election to the Senate. The ten candidates who receive
the largest number of votes shall become regular members of the Senate.
- The ten candidates for undergraduate Senate seats who receive the next
largest number of votes shall become alternate members of the Senate.
Each regular and alternate undergraduate member of the Senate shall be
assigned a rank in accordance with the number of votes received, provided
that members elected in any special election
shall be ranked below those elected in the general election
or in previous special elections held since the general election.
Should any regular
undergraduate member of the Senate cease to be a member of the Senate,
that seat shall be awarded to the highest-ranking alternate member,
who shall then become a regular member.