Elections Open for Student Government Leadership
Posted April 4, 2013 | Atlanta, GA
Students this week will exercise their votes in electing new Student Government Association (SGA) leadership to represent them for the 2013-14 school year.
Two sets of candidates are vying for the undergraduate president and vice president positions. Nicholas Picon, an aerospace engineering major, is running for president with Lucy Tucker, a biomedical engineering major; industrial engineering majors Max Tanski and Lisandro Sagstume are the other pair running for president and vice president, respectively.
Graduate SGA leadership run on separate tickets, but both the president and vice president candidates are running unopposed this year. Arren Washington, a chemistry student, and Johann Weber, public policy, are up for election for president and vice president, respectively.
In addition to president and vice president, undergraduate class and major representatives will also be up for election this week. Senators to represent the graduate population will be elected in the fall.
Polls open Friday, April 5, and will close Wednesday, April 10. Cast your ballot at elections.gatech.edu.
More information on the election process and candidate profiles is available online at sga.gatech.edu/elections.