The team won by 56 votes after an hour-long suspension and investigation into the campaign’s finances.
The record turnout could have been influenced by adding Parliament to the ballot.
The search stalled over the summer after administrative upheaval.
The winning team pulled ahead by 56 votes in the highest voter turnout since 2004.
The two tickets still disagree how TSG should handle issues dividing the student body.
Recovery housing, changes to the election code, the Ambler shuttle bus and student pledge were all voted in.
The accreditation process started in May 2014 and the department will know the results in November.
There are 50 candidates running for the 37-seat legislative body.
The two teams had differing opinions on Temple's proposed football stadium and sexual assault resources.
The two teams will debate twice before students vote on April 4th and 5th.