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Voting for the Fall 2008 elections opened Monday online at vote.mit.edu. Students will be able to vote electronically for the UA Senate and Freshman Class Council will until Thursday at midnight. On Friday, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Lobby 10 will be converted into a voting station where students may submit paper ballots. Students will not be allowed to loiter in Lobby 10 except to vote. On Saturday, the winners will be announced on the UA Web site.

Voting online requires Web certificates. Candidate platforms and photos are available at elections.scripts.mit.edu/candidates.

According to UA Election Committee Chair Ainsely K. Braun ’10, the number of seats a dorm or living group gets in the Senate depends on “population size and partially off of history and how much a dorm wishes to be represented.”

This year, several senate seats lack candidates. These positions will be filled by write-in votes.

Source: Ainsley K. Braun ’10, Undergraduate Association