Forrest does not deserve my endorsement. He does not deserve to serve as the SA’s next EVP.
The Student Association Senate will debate a bill Monday that would create substantial changes to the way student body elections are conducted.
The move comes after last year’s SA presidential election descended into allegations of stalking and harassment.
Sen. Brady Forrest, G-at-Large, said he sponsored the bill to help reform the JEC after last year’s SA elections, during which the charter was “tested.”
Students named in the complaints that disqualified former Student Association candidate Lande Watson are demanding an apology from the University.
Peak Sen Chua won the Student Association’s executive vice presidential race despite spending less on his campaign than his opponent.
Peak Sen Chua didn’t ask to be the next Student Association president, but after an election season marked by accusations of stalking and harassment, it will be his job to fill the role.
The election had been so plagued by outside drama that students can no longer fairly vote on the candidates’ merit.
The JEC should postpone Student Association elections and let new candidates enter the race.
Former Student Association presidential candidate Lande Watson has filed an injunction with GW’s Student Court to postpone this week’s SA elections, Chief Justice Guillermo Martinez confirmed.