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Student Government elections are held in the Spring and Fall of each year. The Executive Branch and Senators (by College) are elected in the Spring. In the Fall, Senators are elected according to living areas (on campus, off campus and family housing).  

To qualify to run in the elections, a student must fill out the appropriate forms with the Supervisor of Elections.

The Fall 2014 Student Government Elections are here!  Qualifying & Slating for Senate and Executive candidates will be September 7th, 8th, and 9th.  Qualifying & Slating occurs in the Reitz Union Grand Ballroom from 9am-6:30pm on the 7th and 9am-5pm on the 8th & 9th.  The SG Elections will be held on September 30th & October 1st from 8:30am-8:30pm. Also please note the deadline for all Absentee Ballot requests for satellite campuses is 5pm on September 19th. Check for more information.

Active campaigning begins September 2nd, 2014 at the end of the informational meeting and continues until October 1st, 2014. A student can run as an independent candidate or they can slate with a party.  

50 Senators representing the various residence halls and zip codes surround the University of Florida are elected in the Fall. The Student Body President, Vice President, Treasurer, and 50 Senators representing the various academic colleges are elected in the Spring. All officials elected serve for a one year term. Voting takes place for two days at various polling locations on campus. Student must have a photo ID to vote and know their UF ID number or have their Gator 1 card. If you have any questions you can contact the Supervisor of Elections or the SG Office on the 3rd floor of the Reitz Union.

Supervisor of Elections
Hans Rojas

Election Results
Campaign Expense Reports
Public Reprimand Issued by Election Commission

Spring 2014 Election Dates
February 18th and 19th
Spring 2014 General Election Important Dates
Spring 2014 Contingency Plan

Fall 2014 Election Dates

September 30th and October 1st

Absentee Ballot Application
Spring 2014 Polling Locations
Spring 2014 Candidates
What ballot do I get?
Spring 2014 Constitutional Amendment & Referendum Questions
View Sample Ballots

Is Your Local Address Correct for the Fall 2013 Elections?
Each Fall, Student Government coordinates with the Registrar's Office to gather local address information so you receive the correct ballot on election day. To verify your local address, please visit  and follow the bulleted instructions at the top of the page.


Election codes
Regulations regarding Email and Gator Nights!
Letter from the Vice President of Student Affairs and Student Body President


Referendum Cover Sheet
Referendum Signature Sheet
Declaration of Independent Candidacy
Mandatory Meeting Excuse Form Fall 2013
Fair Market Value Form
Complaint Form
Slate Template for Political Parties
Petition for President & Vice President Candidates
Petition for Treasurer Candidates


Government Branches

There are many opportunities to participate in student government, and at many different levels. Learn more about how the student government is structured, and maybe see where you could fit!

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