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BERKELEY'S NEWS • MAY 25, 2023

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Josh Wilson

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Student Action allegedly committed multiple campaign violations in the 2018 and 2019 ASUC election cycles, which included allegedly failing to report expenditures such as T-shirts and stickers and spamming on Facebook. Party leadership denied the allegations, however.
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Student Action allegedly committed multiple campaign violations in the 2018 and 2019 ASUC election cycles, which included allegedly failing to report expenditures such as T-shirts and stickers and spamming on Facebook. Party leadership denied the allegations, however.
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Student Action’s three executive candidates and 11 Senate candidates are no longer disqualified after this process, although final elections results for ASUC Senate and executive positions have yet to be certified.
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Student Action’s three executive candidates and 11 Senate candidates are no longer disqualified after this process, although final elections results for ASUC Senate and executive positions have yet to be certified.
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After many hours of deliberation and several days of meetings, the ASUC Judicial Council decided unanimously to rehear Student Action’s case regarding the party's financial misfilings after the council’s earlier decision — which disqualified the entire party — was appealed.
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After many hours of deliberation and several days of meetings, the ASUC Judicial Council decided unanimously to rehear Student Action’s case regarding the party's financial misfilings after the council’s earlier decision — which disqualified the entire party — was appealed.
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About 200 students attended Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting to both voice their support for and condemnation of the Judicial Council’s recent controversial ruling that resulted in the retroactive disqualification of all Student Action candidates in the 2019 ASUC elections.
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About 200 students attended Wednesday night’s regular ASUC meeting to both voice their support for and condemnation of the Judicial Council’s recent controversial ruling that resulted in the retroactive disqualification of all Student Action candidates in the 2019 ASUC elections.
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Though this year’s ASUC elections were arguably one of the most controversial in years, the majority of UC Berkeley students did not choose to cast their votes.
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Though this year’s ASUC elections were arguably one of the most controversial in years, the majority of UC Berkeley students did not choose to cast their votes.
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Student Action has dropped UC Berkeley junior Gabriela Da Silva from its 14-person ASUC Senate slate for the 2019 ASUC elections.
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Student Action has dropped UC Berkeley junior Gabriela Da Silva from its 14-person ASUC Senate slate for the 2019 ASUC elections.
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ASUC political party Student Action announced that it will reform its values and slating process following the controversy surrounding Senator Isabella Chow, who was previously slated under the party.
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ASUC political party Student Action announced that it will reform its values and slating process following the controversy surrounding Senator Isabella Chow, who was previously slated under the party.
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Chow said she could not support a resolution that stood in solidarity with transgender, intersex, nonbinary and gender nonconforming students because she believes that God created man and woman, and that marriage should only be between a man and a woman.
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Chow said she could not support a resolution that stood in solidarity with transgender, intersex, nonbinary and gender nonconforming students because she believes that God created man and woman, and that marriage should only be between a man and a woman.
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The agenda listed three resolutions for consideration, one of which authorized the purchase of Berkeleytime.
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The agenda listed three resolutions for consideration, one of which authorized the purchase of Berkeleytime.
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The resolution says abdulqadir-morris was present at 28 of the 29 senate meetings to deliver her oral report and that she has experienced academic and financial difficulty because of her role as president.
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The resolution says abdulqadir-morris was present at 28 of the 29 senate meetings to deliver her oral report and that she has experienced academic and financial difficulty because of her role as president.
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