2013 Elections Results
View the 2013 elections results here!
Sign up here for our mailing lists to stay up to date with us this election cycle. Candidates, this will be especially useful for you.
Visit ASSU Voter Guide and fill out the declaration of intent for your special fee group (and begin petitioning, if applicable). Now is the time to start! All Declarations and Petitions are due on March 1st (extended to March 8th for candidates). View it online http://petitions.stanford.edu.
ASSU Candidates Information
Click here to view information for ASSU Candidates.
Special Fees Workshop is now up
Click here for more information.
Have questions? Come to any of the below office hours.
- Appropriations Committee for Special Fees -- Old Union 104, Feb 8 and Feb 11, 6-9pm
- SAL -- Old Union 206, click here for schedule
- SSE -- ASSU SSE Office (Old Union 1st Floor), Thursdays 10am-12pm
- Elections Commission -- by appointment, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
The Elections Commission will be holding two info sessions for Special Fees groups on January 29 and January 31, both from 7:00-9:00 in Old Union (room pending). Come check it out!
Interested in running for office? Come to one of the elections commission Info Session for Candidates and Slates on February 4 or February 5 at 8pm in Old Union, Room 215.
Stay updated: join our e-mail lists
The Elections Commission runs two e-mail lists: assu-elections and specialfees. We often post important updates to those lists, and encourage you to join them if you are interested. See the Stay Updated page for more information.
All Stanford students have the right, at any time, to submit petitions for initative, referendum, and recall. For more information, please contact the Elections Commission.
About the Elections Commission
The ASSU Elections Commission is an independent body of the ASSU that
- sets elections policies with help from students, the ASSU Executive, the Undergraduate Senate, the Graduate Student Council, and SAL;
- educates candidates about ballot requirements and elections policies;
- informs student groups requesting Special Fees about the approval process;
- helps voters learn about issues and candidates efficiently and without waste; and
- oversees Stanford elections fairly and transparently.
Elections matter to every Stanford student because they're your chance to choose how we spend millions of dollars and pick the future leaders of the student body. The Elections Commission ensures that every student has a fair and free opportunity to vote on the issues that matter to them.