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ASMSU college representative elections to take place this week

April 1, 2019
<p>ASMSU representatives attending a general assembly meeting Feb. 28, 2019.</p>

ASMSU representatives attending a general assembly meeting Feb. 28, 2019.

Photo by Matt Zubik | The State News

The general assembly elections for the 2019-20 session of the Associated Students of Michigan State University, or ASMSU, will take place this week from April 1 through April 8 at noon.

Each college at MSU is represented by students who attend undergraduate student government meetings and advocate for others within their college. Those who are already representatives must run for re-election each session. 

Students can vote for their representatives and two proposed constitutional amendments online at www.studentelections.msu.edu. Candidate profiles are also available on asmsu.msu.edu/elections.

A total of 45 students are running to represent their respective colleges. The candidates include:

College of Agriculture and Natural Resources (3 seats):

  • Ashley Prince
  • Sergei Kelley
  • Ashley Deaton
  • Josh Grindling
  • Logan Krause

College of Business (4 seats):

  • Jessica Mijal
  • Olivia Long
  • Oscar L. Garner III
  • Timothy Morris

College of Engineering (3 seats):

  • Alexander Overholser
  • Alexis Haselwanter
  • Amanuel Engeda
  • Anna Kolb
  • Christian Stack
  • James Mortensen
  • Ryan Aridi

James Madison College (2 seats):

  • Abii-Tah Bih
  • Adam Green
  • Ayanna Walker
  • David Tran
  • Katie Franz
  • Katlyn Ashman
  • Stacey LaRouche

Lyman Briggs College (2 seats):

  • Anna Moody
  • Iain MacDonald
  • Jyoti Prasad
  • Osten Eschedor
  • Sara Thompson

College of Music (2 seats):

  • Benjamin Gillman
  • Christine So
  • Isaiah Hawkins

College of Natural Science (3 seats):

  • Aubrey Hanes
  • Jenny Vu
  • Kumaran Arivoli
  • Shad Soldano

No Preference (2 seats):

  • Matthew Mancini
  • Tadarian Rogers

College of Nursing (2 seats):

  • Michael Prosi

College of Social Science (3 seats):

  • Alyssa Ewell
  • Ethan Rule
  • Grant Layle
  • Hunter Schmidt
  • Renold Mueller
  • Russell Cleary
  • Selva Haidar

The College of Arts and Letters, Residential College of Arts and Humanities, College of Communication Arts and Sciences, College of Education and College of Veterinary Medicine currently have no candidates running.

The application for students interested in being on the ASMSU Office of the President for the 2019-20 session is now open, and the election will take place on April 17 and April 18. Candidates will be voted on by the general assembly of the next session.

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