Student groups endorse 2016 SA candidates

Updated: March 7, 2016 at 1:45 p.m.

Student organizations began to announce their support for Student Association candidates this week.

Last year, more than 70 organizations endorsed one of the three candidates for president and more than 30 groups supported one of the three executive vice president candidates.

Elections will be held on March 9 and 10.

This year, three candidates are running for president and the election for the No. 2 spot is not contested. This post will be updated as endorsements are announced.

President

Erika Feinman
Allied in Pride
Alpha Phi Omega
Black Men’s Initiative
Delta Phi Epsilon
Epsilon Sigma Alpha
Feminist Student Union
GW Alternative Breaks
GW Casa Blanca
GW College Democrats
GW Indian Students’ Association
GW Native America Student Association
GW Pakistani Students’ Association
GW Partners in Health Engage
GW Raas
GW Reporters Without Borders
GW Sikh Student Association
GW South Asian Society
GW Vietnamese Student Association
Iota Nu Delta Fraternity, Inc.
Lambda Pi Chi
Mexican Students Association
Panhellenic Association
Phi Sigma Sigma
Students for Justice in Palestine
The Alexander Hamilton Society
The Black Student Union
The GW Pitches
The Philippine Cultural Society
Voices for Choices

Christina Giordano
Alpha Delta Pi
Balance: The GW Ballet Group
Camp Kesem at George Washington University
GW Engineers’ Council
GW MBA Association
Interfraternity Council

Tony Hart
College Republicans
International Affairs Society

Executive Vice President

Thomas Falcigno
Allied in Pride
Alpha Phi Omega
Beta Theta Pi
College Republicans
Delta Phi Epsilon
Epsilon Sigma Alpha
GW College Democrats
GW Engineers’ Council
GW Reporters Without Borders
Interfraternity Council
International Affairs Society
Panhellenic Association
The Alexander Hamilton Society
The GW Pitches

This post was updated to reflect the following correction:
The Hatchet incorrectly reported that Fossil Free GW endorsed Christina Giordano. Fossil Free GW has not yet endorsed any candidate. We regret this error.

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