Voting will begin on at 8 a.m Feb. 29 and close at 5 p.m. March 2. The announcement will be held at Traditions Plaza on March 2.
The next MSA debate is scheduled for Nov. 6 from 5:30-7:30 p.m.
The Board of Elections Commissioners are prepared to oversee a fair election while promoting more freedom for each slate.
A number of amendments to the handbook seek to deregulate the MSA presidential election and promote “more competition,” BEC chairman Derek Chung said.
The BEC issued a second major infraction after the terms of the first infraction were violated.
Spencer Maass and Shelby Catalano accepted the major infraction issued to them.
The ad features a silhouette of a woman in a seductive pose.
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 former officer said he did not want politics to harm the office.
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 changes also include a stricter infraction policy.
The bill will prevent backup of legislation.
Sophomore Josh Travis' exploratory committee for his potential campaign might have gone against MSA bylaws.