SGA elections not anticipated to be delayed by severe weather

Peyton Shepard

The SGA Elections Board does not have any plans to suspend or alter the elections process in response to potential severe weather, said Kelli Knox-Hall, a non-voting staff member and convenor of the Elections Board.

“That is something that we’re still monitoring at this time,” Knox-Hall said. “I don’t anticipate [the election] stopping, but that’s something that we’ll just have to keep monitoring with the University administration.”

Knox-Hall said candidates have been urged to take down any tables or tents they have set up on campus in advance of inclement weather as a safety precaution. 

“It’s just for the safety of those student and of others,” she said.