Discrepancy over when and if a campus safety report was filed about the hole in the Carleton University Students’ Association elections office hallway remains unsolved.
Chelsea Dunn, chair of the electoral board, said a witness to the incident didn’t come forward until Feb. 11, once voting had already started.
Residence students came out to vote Feb. 2, with a landslide win for Rez United with 69 per cent of the votes.
Chief electoral officer Kimalee Phillip confirmed that 1,197 students voted in this year’s election.
RRRavolution came in second with 252 votes and Residents’ First received 117.