The election will run until 6 p.m. next Wednesday.
One candidate has lived in Johnston Hall for four years.
With the election drawing near, MSA candidates push their platforms.
MSA senators tested the election site, with varying success.
The three slates hope to build on open-door foundation.
Slates also questioned each other's experience.
Two candidates said they support creating a sustainability coordinator.
Funding is a central issue.
Ideas for increased safety include more lighting and extra crosswalks.
Campaigns can now begin on the first day of classes.
Joe Fessehaye and Lindsey Abell have become the second slate running in MSA's upcoming presidential election.
The pair cited different approaches but said the split was friendly.