Tomorrow marks “Super Tuesday” in the U.S. Presidential Primary race, with voters in 11 states going to the polls. North Carolina’s primary election day is set for March 15, but politics will take on a more local flavor at NC State this week.
Voting for NC State Student Government positions opens on Monday, February 29 at 8pm and will close Tuesday, March 1 at 8pm. Students can login at getinvolved.ncsu.edu to cast votes for student leaders for the 2016-17 academic year.
Offices that up for election range from student body president to senator representatives from each college. The full list of candidates can be found online by visiting the student government website under, board of elections.
In addition to voting online, there is an alternative. In-person voting will take place in the lobby of the Talley Student Union, Fountain Dining Hall, and outside of Hunt Library on Tuesday, March 1st from 8am-8pm.
Following the close of the polls Tuesday night, Student Government will host a reception at 9:30pm in the Talley ballrooms. Election results will be revealed at 10pm.
Candidate’s need to secure 40% of votes to win. Runoff voting, if necessary, will take place on Thursday, March 2nd from 8am to 8pm on the gevinvovled website. The election reveal for runoffs will be the same day at 10pm in the Talley Pavilion.
NC State SG Voting Info:
Voting Starts: Monday 8pm
Voting Ends: Tuesday 8pm
Runoffs Start: Thursday 8am
Runoffs End: Thursday 8pm
Online Voting: getinvolved.ncsu.edu
In-Person Voting: Talley, Fountain, Hunt
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