Less than 24 hours before the onset of the election, student organizations are starting to weigh in on who they want as SA president and vice president.
More than 30 people gathered to hear the SA candidates for president and vice president advocate for their platforms at Sunday’s debate.
Many of the candidates hope to expand the role of the SA, but a number of those plans are sparse on details for how they plan to achieve them.
Several candidates broke from SA election season tradition, opting to run without a campaign staff to help rally votes in a quiet election.
JEC Chair Trip Johnson said he expects more than 5,000 students to vote in the SA’s first in-person election season in three years.
This year’s campaign season – the first one held in-person since 2019 – was marked by a record-low number of candidates and sparse campaigning efforts.
Zidouemba plansto work to ensure that GW’s new unlimited dining plan will offer international food options in its three all-you-can-eat dining halls.
Xu said securing funding for student organizations has pushed him to continue his advocacy in the vice president role.
Granados said he will work with the senate’s finance committee to advocate for a more equitable distribution of funds to student organizations.
Bandy was the first to to announce a run for SA president, with a platform to ramp up inclusion initiatives and increase technology accessibility.