The winning team pulled ahead by 56 votes in the highest voter turnout since 2004.
The Elections Committee said the election announcements were delayed for a day while it investigated a campaigns funds -- which were found to be within the limit.
TSG’s elections committee ordered the suspension less than five hours before polls closed.
The two branches have clashed over defining Parliament’s role.
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 petition states that Aron Cowen speaking at a Parliament meeting was an “abuse of power.”
There are 50 candidates running for the 37-seat legislative body.
The Temple News Staff explains what was talked about at the debate.
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The two teams will debate twice before students vote on April 4th and 5th.