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Central Student Government
Fall 2023 Elections

CSG Fall 2023 Elections

CSG Assembly Seats

  • College of Engineering, two (2) seats

  • College of Literature, Science, & the Arts, one (1) seat

  • Rackham School of Graduate Studies, four (4) seats

  • Ross School of Business, one (1) seat

  • School of Dentistry, one (1) seat

  • School of Information, one (1) seat

  • School of Public Health, one (1) seat

  • School of Public Policy, one (1) seat

    Note: Any student enrolled or actively working toward a degree in one of these units is eligible to run for an Assembly seat representing that unit.

    As a Representative in the CSG Assembly, you are expected to act on behalf of the students in your school/college in bringing business and voting as a member of the legislative body. You are expected to attend full Assembly meetings each Tuesday at 7:30 PM as well as one of its legislative committee meetings each week. 

University of Michigan Police Department Oversight Committee

CSG Ballot Questions

Students will be able to vote in favor, against or abstain for the following proposals:​

  • Constitutional Amendment CA 13-001
    The CSG Assembly has requested your approval on an amendment to the All-Campus Constitution. This is what the proposed amendment would do:

    • Alter the method of voting for Voting Members of the Assembly from the Borda Count to the Single Transferable Vote (STV).

  • Constitutional Amendment CA 13-002
    The CSG Assembly has requested your approval on an amendment to the All-Campus Constitution. This is what the proposed amendment would do:

    • Set the date for the beginning and end of a term of office to be the second Tuesday following the close of voting for the election of that given office (currently, a term begins and ends three days after the certification of an election for that given office).

  • Student Petition AR 13-025: Revised Assembly Resolution: University Accountability in the Face of Genocide

  • Student Petition AR 13-026: A Resolution Regarding the Preservation of the University Community and the Support of Those Impacted by the Current War in Israel and Gaza

CSG Elections: Timeline, FAQs, and Resources

2023
Elections
Timeline

Candidate Applications / October 13, 2023

Candidate packets are now available here
You can also submit the Google Form Application.

Application Deadline / November 12, 2023

Candidate applications are due to the Election Team.

Candidate Information Session / November 13 & 14 at 7pm

Candidates are required to attend at least one of these meetings. Locations will be shared here when finalized.

 

November 13, 2023 at 7pm, North Quad 2435

November 14, 2023 at 6pm, CSG Office (3011 Michigan Union)

Attend CSG Assembly Meeting (Required)

Candidates are required to attend at least one of these four meetings. CSG Assembly meetings will take place in the Wolverine Room of the Michigan Union.

October 24, 2023 at 7:30 pm (Wolverine Room)

October 31, 2023 at 7:30 pm (Wolverine Room)

November 7, 2023 at 7:30 pm (Wolverine Room)

November 14, 2023 at 7:30 pm (Wolverine Room)

Meet the Candidates / November 16, 2023

Angell Hall Auditorium B at 7:00 pm

Sample Ballots available / November 20, 2023

Sample ballots are available here.

CSG Elections / November 28 - November 30, 2023

Elections for all vacant CSG seats, UMPD Oversight Committee and CSG Constitutional Amendments will take place from 11/28-11/30 at vote.umich.edu

The elections will take place from 12:00 am on November 28 through 10:00 pm on November 30.

Elections FAQs

Previous Election Results

To view results of previous elections held by Central Student Government, please click here.

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