The election commission still needs to re-evaluate a previous court decision.
The commission will re-evaluate the overturned violations and rule again.
The commission deducted two points from Legacy and four points from Elevate.
The court said Inspire submitted six petitions past the deadline.
Inspire has now been found responsible for four violations, resulting in 24 points deducted.
Inspire received 3,590 votes, Elevate received 2,699 votes and Legacy received 1,772 votes.
Inspire was disqualified for two violations combining 12 total deducted points.
The Inspire campaign was found responsible for two election violations as of Tuesday night.
Inspire’s vice presidential candidate voted against multicultural seat allocation in IUSG Congress.
The Inspire campaign claimed Elevate did not submit the required 150 signatures.