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How To: Vote in Undergraduate Student Government elections

With Undergraduate Student Government elections taking place March 29 and 30, voting day is rapidly approaching.

But how can a student actually vote? Here's what you need to know before casting your ballot:

  • Voting is easily accessible online at
  • The University defines eligible voters as "ASU students who are enrolled in a minimum of one credit hour as an undergraduate student."
  • Have your ASU identification number ready to go, you'll need to verify you're an ASU student.
  • When you go into the website, click "Please choose your ballot," and choose the ballot associated with your campus. Students can only vote for candidates at their campus. So, for example, if you're a student on West campus, you can only vote for West campus candidates.
  • Read our breakdown of each President's platform.
  • Two campuses, Downtown Phoenix and West, have presidential candidates running unopposed. However, elections also consist of senatorial candidates and other representatives.

Happy voting!

Related links:

Voting Guide: ASU Undergraduate Student Government presidential elections

USGD hosts an elections forum for inquiring student voters

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