Voting is a formal expression of opining or choice, either positive or negative, made by an individual or body of individuals.
Voting requirements (4):
18 years of age, registered to vote, have citizenship, lived in one state for at least 3 months.
Rules for Voting:
* Driving license
* Employee identity card containing a photograph
* Student identity card issued by an educational institution and containing a photograph
* Travel document containing name and photograph
* Bank or Savings or Credit Union book containing your address in the constituency or electoral area
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* Campaigning is defined in Article V Section 2 of the election code as “publicly promoting one’s candidacy. This includes but is not limited to posturing, email, chalking, speeches, and campaign websites. Additional campaigning activities will be at the discretion of the Campaign Rules Board. The gathering of petition signatures shall be excluded from this definition.”
* All candidates must be registered students, per the MIT Registrar's Office, by add date, in order to be eligible to run.
* Candidates running for class council positions must be current members of the class for which they wish to represent, according to the Registrar's Office.
* If during the term of office the winner becomes an unregistered student or leaves the constituency for which they represent, the Judicial Committee will be consulted.
Supporting a Candidate
There are a number of ways to support a candidate in a local election by:
• voting for a candidate
• nominating a candidate
• volunteering for a candidate
• becoming a campaign organizer or joining an elector organization;