ASUWB Student Government Elections

NOTE: While the ASUWB 2022 Elections have ended, starting Fall 2022 you can reach out to the Elections Committee chair ( for opportunities to be involved with the 2023 Elections Committee.

Below is the historical information that, while subject to change, can offer interested students a place to start researching ASUWB Elections.

Make your voice heard – vote for your student government

All UW Bothell students registered as a part of the Associated Students of the University of Washington Bothell (ASUWB) can cast a vote in the ASUWB Student Government elections.

Virtual Voting and in-person voting for the Spring 2022 elections opens Monday, May 2 at 9:00 AM and closes May 5 at 11:59 PM. Voting booths on campus are available near the Plaza and Codex (between the library and bookstore).

To learn more about the candidates be sure to check out our Meet the Candidates page as well as ASUWB’s social media accounts.


For questions about the elections, contact the Elections Committee Chair at; Elections Adviser, Julius Rodriguez at

Voter resources

Voting requirements

Students must say “Yes” to being a part of ASUWB on the ballot. This is the equivalent of registering to vote.

Information about positions

Check out the Position Descriptions and Compensation Information to learn more about the paid positions you can campaign for. Review the Elections Policies and Procedures Packet for all candidate rules and policies.

While the standard application to run for an elected position has closed; it is still possible to run as a Write-in candidate! Fill out the Write-in Candidate Form and email the Elections Committee Chair Katie Ward at to officially state your intent to run.

The Spring 2022 Elections will take place both in person and online. Ensure you are following ASUWB’s social media pages for updates on elections, positions, voting, and results:

If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please do not hesitate to reach out to the Elections Committee Chair and advisers.

Report a violation from a candidate

If you believe someone has violated an Election related policy or procedure (see the Elections Policies and Procedures Packet) please submit a Complaint Form.

All violation allegations must be submitted through this form. Do not submit complaints via email.

See schedule below for the date that all complaints are due.

If you have inquiries about submitting a complaint or following up on a submitted complaint, please contact the Elections Committee Chair. More information is available on the elections violation page.

Election timeline for 2023

Candidate Applications openMonday March 6th
Candidate Info SessionsRegister at:, March 8th 4:00-5:00PMUW1 – 103Friday, March 10th  3:30 – 4:30ZOOM
Deadline for Candidate Applications, All Campaigning Materials and signatures MUST be submitted in the application.Friday, April 7th11:59 PM 
Grade and conduct check for Candidate eligibility RequestMonday, April 10th
Grade and conduct check for Candidate eligibility RequestMonday, April 10th
Mandatory Candidate OrientationFriday, April 14th 3:30-4:30pm on Zoom(check back for link)
Campaigning BeginsMonday, April 17th12:00 AM
Candidate FairWednesday, April 26th12:00 – 2:00pmLocation: Promenade 
Campaigning Ends and Candidates removal of Campaigning materials Friday, April 28th4:59 PM
Voting OpensMonday, May 1st12:00 AM
Voting EndsThursday, May 4th11:59 PM
Complaint Forms Submission DeadlineFriday, May 5th
5:00 PM
Release of Election ResultsFriday, May 12th
5:00 PM

Candidate resources


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