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Despite controversy, the Kirkwood ticket won the IU Student Association elections Wednesday night.
At a hearing the same night, fines were levied against the ticket for violating IUSA election codes.
2008 IUSA Elections
After five and a half hours of discussing six violations reported by the Kirkwood and Big Red tickets, Kirkwood is still the winning ticket of the IUSA elections.
After a three-hour deliberation by the IU Student Association Supreme Court concerning allegations between the Big Red and Kirkwood tickets, no decision has been made yet on who will take office.
The IU Student Association Supreme Court disqualified the election-winning Kirkwood ticket from the 2008 IUSA Elections Tuesday afternoon. The Big Red ticket, who had placed second in March’s election, will take office April 28.
IUSA Supreme Court decision on Big Red v. Kirkwood
Most IU students asked Tuesday afternoon said they supported the IU Student Association’s decision to disqualify the Kirkwood ticket that won the 2008 IUSA elections in March.
For the newly inaugurated IU Student Association executives, the time to start is now, not September.
After a turbulent IU Student Association election, the IUSA Supreme Court ruled three sections of the IUSA elections code unconstitutional - something the new executives look forward to rewriting.
DENVER – Bob Pastrick, one of 85 Indiana delegates here, is no stranger to conventions. After all, he’s been going to them for almost 50 years.
DENVER – Ailing and aging, Sen. Edward M. Kennedy issued a ringing summons to fellow Democrats to rally behind Barack Obama’s pioneering quest for the White House Monday night in a poignant opening to a party convention in search of unity for the fall campaign.
DENVER – Three men who authorities initially feared were plotting to
assassinate Barack Obama at the Democratic National Convention are
facing only gun charges – signaling they never posed a real threat.
DENVER – Sen. Evan Bayh, D-Ind., hoped to arrive at the Democratic National Convention here under different circumstances.
DENVER – Hillary Rodham Clinton summoned millions of voters who
supported her in the primaries to send Barack Obama to the White House
Tuesday night, declaring in a Democratic National Convention speech
that the man who defeated her “is my candidate and he must be our
DENVER – Barack Obama was officially chosen as the Democratic nominee
for president Wednesday, making the Illinois senator the first black
nominee from either of the two major political parties. The vote also
brings to a close a hard-fought battle for the nomination that saw the
two front runners – Obama and Sen. Hillary Clinton, D-N.Y., – contest
states like Indiana that had been largely irrelevant in previous
DENVER — Sen. Evan Bayh delivered a scathing attack on the Bush
administration and presumptive Republican presidential nominee John
McCain on Wednesday, citing what he called “this administration’s
The Indiana senator and IU alumnus even linked their policies with problems in the Hoosier state.
Bayh, who was on Sen. Barack Obama’s shortlist of candidates for the
Democratic vice-presidential nomination and is thought to still have
presidential ambitions, wasted little time in declaring McCain as just
DENVER – Democratic presidential nominee Sen. Barack Obama, D-Ill., accepted his party’s nomination in front of a crowd of more than 70,000 people Thursday. SLIDESHOW: Obama speaks at DNC
Claps and yells echoed across 11th Street as about 80 students gathered around a projector to watch what – at least so far – they called the biggest speech of the 2008 presidential campaign.
DENVER – Republican presidential candidate John McCain, R-Ariz.,
decided on a running mate early Thursday, and one top prospect,
Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, abruptly canceled numerous public
DENVER – Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz., tapped little-known Alaska Gov.
Sarah Palin to be his vice presidential running mate, two senior
campaign officials told The Associated Press on Friday.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Indiana delegates at the Republican National
Convention gave their enthusiastic support for John McCain’s running
mate, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin, three days after the Arizona senator
made the surprise pick.
ST. PAUL, Minn. – Republicans, determined to propel Sen. John McCain of
Arizona to the White House, opened their storm-shortened national
convention Monday amid distractions involving running mate, Alaska Gov.