The ballots for the individual residence halls are still cast on paper. The computers set up in Buntrock Commons allowed students to vote for the international, multicultural, honor house and off-campus SGA senators.
Once the votes were cast, the Area Coordinators, who typically supervise two residence halls each, count the ballots by hand and then notify the candidates of the results. The ballots were counted Tuesday night and the candidates were notified that same night.
This year was no different than other years, according to NiNi Hopkins, assistant director of residence life.
"We have a lot of interested candidates," Hopkins said Tuesday. "The interest is similar to that of any other year."