SA Elections Take Place Tomorrow

Eighteen students are running for the Student Association positions offered next year. The elections take place tomorrow, March 6. Beginning at Thursday’s weekly assembly at 1 p.m. located in Evans Hall, students running for office will give speeches. Voting will take place immediately after.

For those students that cannot make it to assembly, elections will also take place at 7 p.m. in Wharton Auditorium on Thursday, March 6.

The following is a list of the candidates and positions they are running for:

Senator-at-Large (Administrative):

  • Vanessa Zelaya
  • Robert Leslie

Senator-at-Large (Parliamentarian):

  • Manowa Amponsah
  • Karen Vallejos

PR Director/Secretary:

  • Jaime Baldwin

Mizpah Editor:

  • Perla Castillo

Status Editor:

  • Anthony Cortes
  • Brisa Ramirez

Financial Vice President:

  • Henry Huynh

Social Vice President:

  • Roxana Marin-Jeter
  • Avram Neal
  • Jonathen Blue

Ministries Vice President:

  • Jeffrey Hernandez
  • Villardy Alce

Executive Vice President:

  • Leonel Warner
  • Jessica Sullivan

President:

  • Elias Ortega
  • Austen Powell
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