This year saw the second highest voter turnout in AMS Elections history, which the AMS Elections Committee and students attributed to several factors, including heavy advertising, polling stations and referenda items.
To pass, referenda must get a total majority of ‘yes’ votes, and at least 4,918 students, 8 per cent of the student body, must vote ‘yes.’ Voter turnout for elections as a whole this year was 14,065 votes, 22.9 per cent.
Here we're covering major platform points from candidates in every race — president, VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration, VP external, VP finance, Senate and the Board of Governors.
Here we're covering the second Debate from March 2 where the candidates for VP finance, Senate and the Board of Governors debated each other. The lone VP external candidate was scheduled to debate as well, but she was absent.
Here we're covering the Great Debate from March 3 where candidates in every race — VP academic and university affairs (VPAUA), VP administration, president, VP external, VP finance, Senate and the Board of Governors — debated each other across six hours.