Last chance to vote on SGA elections is tonight

By: Vantage Staff

Today is the last day to vote in the Student Government Association elections and get a say in who will represent students’ interests next year.

SGA elections, which opened on Monday, will close at 6 p.m. today. Students who are eligible to vote in the election should have received in their student email accounts on Monday a message from SGA with a link they can follow and cast their votes.

This year, most of the races are uncontested: Only one presidential ticket is running, and of the 15 senate chairs, only two are contested.

Voters must choose between Joshua Robles and Evan Cowlishaw, who are both running for the Humanities Chair, and between Sophie Martins and Emily Pachta, who are both running for the Social Sciences Chair.

Current SGA Senator Ian Lecki is running unopposed for president along with current vice president Elizabeth Raehpour, who hopes to keep the job.

The senators who are running unopposed are as follows: Joshua Dessenberger, Isabel Porres, Alondra Valle, Alpha Magafu, Mihret Estifanos, Daniel Cubias-Artega, Hope Strickbine, Matthew Revels, Asher Kohkhar and Charles Morrison.

The winners of the election will be announced at Jet Friday.

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