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University of Colorado senior Isra Chaker, center right, gets congratulated by other members of "The Pulse" after finding out they won the student government election on Friday, Oct. 28, at the University Memorial Center on the CU campus in Boulder.
Jeremy Papasso
University of Colorado senior Isra Chaker, center right, gets congratulated by other members of “The Pulse” after finding out they won the student government election on Friday, Oct. 28, at the University Memorial Center on the CU campus in Boulder.

Less than a week after the University of Colorado announced Student Government election results, five formal complaints were filed by the winners against the losing ticket, according to candidates.

All five complaints were against the Value ticket — made up of five CUSG candidates and five Arts and Sciences Student Government candidates, said John Micheal Tomczak, CUSG election commissioner. Complaint details have not been released.

Election results cannot be finalized until the complaints are verified and hearings are held, he said. The public hearings will take place Friday from 3 to 5 p.m. in Koelbel room 235.

Candidates from the winning ticket, The Pulse, filed all of the complaints, according to CU senior Isra Chaker, who ran under The Pulse.

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