Candidates running for the Student Association’s top positions say rebuilding trust is their top priority if elected to lead the body.
SA elections this year will be unlike previous years, with an entirely virtual elections season and the expanded use of ranked-choice voting.
Zidouemba said his friendly disposition will help him build relationships with students on campus.
Hill said he recognizes that at times the SA seems to be working against the student body, but the body’s “roots and intentions” are to support students.
Aborisade said students needs a “progressive” student leader who can bring students together after three semesters away from campus.
Carpenter said the SA needs to be approachable to build a better relationship with the student body.
Packer said she is the best choice for vice president because she knows what it’s like to be on the “outside” of the SA.
Hannah Edwards vowed she would not leave home for college unless she was accepted to GW after a family trip to D.C.
Top SA executive candidates have vowed to achieve many objectives if elected to office, but not all of their proposed initiatives are centered around fact.
If backed by a majority of students, a referendum would create two new processes for the SA president’s departure.