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Branch Stacking

“Stacking” is the process of improperly increasing the membership of a club in order to support a particular candidate. This practice is strictly forbidden within the C&S Program. Instances of stacking will be investigated by the USU where proof is provided, or where circumstantial evidence is sufficient enough to call the conduct into question.

The USU may implement anti-stacking processes in the event a complaint is made. This may include but is not limited to, management of the club’s membership list, implementing voting restrictions, instating a Returning Officer to run the election or postponement of the meeting.

Stacking is NOT when electoral candidates campaign to existing club members, or when a member campaigns against those who have held leadership positions for a considerable length of time.

Clubs may not accept new members within 14 days of an election, unless it is the club’s IGM.