A statement verified by Emma Selvin, the SGA governance board’s chief justice, alleged that Halbfinger assembled a new, unconfirmed governance board.
Under current rules, SGA members who want to run in elections can reach out to fellow members to form tickets before spring semester.
Both presidential candidates discussed how they would address diversity, equity and inclusion issues at this university.
The bills also will put into place methods of educating students on preventive measures they can take.
Students will vote for candidates from United Maryland and Aspire Maryland between April 24-26.
The program will allow current students to introduce new transfers to campus culture, extracurriculars and events.
The installation is the product of over three years of work from SGA and the Residence Hall Association.
Ayelette Halbfinger, the SGA's president, said she wants to use the team's new dynamic to accomplish more as an organization.