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Posted: Thursday, April 16, 2020

College Senate Elections: April 20-24

From the Chair of the College Senate Bylaws and Elections Committee
The College Senate will hold elections April 20–24 to fill two at-large College Senate seats, one University Faculty Senate seat, and one alternate University Faculty Senate seat. Voting will begin at 12:01 a.m. Monday, April 20, and continue until 11:59 p.m. Friday, April 24. The College Senate Bylaws and Elections Committee will again use an electronic voting system supplemented by paper ballots to conduct the elections.

Our primary goals are to encourage participation in the shared governance of Buffalo State and to share information on each candidate. If you have not already visited the College Senate’s elections information site to review the candidates’ qualifications, please do so.

Voter Eligibility
All full-time academics and professionals (NU = 8; negotiating unit 8)

We urge everyone to vote electronically. Paper ballots will be sent only to voters who request them. 

Electronic Ballot

  • Visit the College Senate Elections voting site.
  • Log in using your e-mail user name and password.
  • When you log in, the system will identify the election(s) in which you are eligible to vote. If you think you have been misidentified or some other issue arises, please contact Slade Gellin, College Senate parliamentarian.
  • Please contact Vincent Masci, assistant to the College Senate, with general questions.

Paper Ballot
Paper ballots will be sent only to voters who request them. Please e-mail Vince Masci, assistant to the College Senate, to request a paper ballot. Please provide your name and phone number.

Paper ballots will be distributed before or during election week (April 20–24) and must be returned to the Senate Office by 5:00 p.m. Friday, April 24, to be counted.

Thank you for your participation in this year’s election. Please share any feedback, questions, or concerns with Julian Cole, chair of the College Senate Bylaws and Elections Committee.

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