The Board of Elections Commissioners aimed to address problems confronted in 2010's MSA presidential election.
The changes were proposed after judicial issues delayed this year's election.
Eric Woods and Emily Moon received 40 percent of the student vote.
The website for online voting will remain open until 6 p.m. Wednesday.
The court will choose to uphold or repeal a decision from MSA's elections commissioners keeping Travis-Horan off the ballot.
Travis says the Board of Elections Commissioners has mishandled complaints against his slate.
The complaint pertained to campaign fliers covering other MSA presidential slates' fliers.
The action does not affect the slate's standing on the MSA presidential ballot.
Online voting for the election will begin Nov. 15.
The debate was hosted by The Maneater and Four Front.
The various teams plan to use social media to communicate with students.
Topics discussed included sustainability, TigerWatch and communication between the two groups.
Ideas for initiatives include working with Campus Dining Services to provide more local food.
Platforms include plans to expand or adapt TigerWatch, reduce speed limits and more.
MSA presidential candidates present their platforms.
Platform ideas range from increasing STRIPES funding to creating a "Homecoming 2.0."
Vice presidential candidates were questioned on their ability to manage the MSA budget.
The two plan to increase communication in course assessments.
The MSA presidential slate also plans to create a syllabus archive.