By Jessie Stones
Daniel Hornik has filed a complaint with RyeSAC’s elections procedure committee regarding alleged inconsistencies at polling stations during last month’s election—but he doesn’t want another election.
Hornik, who lost the v.p. development and finance election to Barbara Lozano by 30 votes, said poll clerks told some students they could only vote in their school’s building while others were allowed to vote at polling stations of their choice.
Hornik also said posters announcing the elections weren’t posted in the business building until the polls opened.
The EPC has asked Hornik to provide statements from students who had problems with the polling stations.
Hornik said he doesn’t want another election because he doesn’t know if he could win.
“At the end of the day, I’m looking for the process to be better run in the future,” he said. “The purpose is not to get a reelection.”