Spring 2021 Election Candidates

Spring 2021 Election Candidates

President And Vice President

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William Bothe/Zachary Sussman

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Syed Sabeet Raza Kazmi/Rusama Haque

Senate Candidates

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Falisha Hola

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Sofia Troshina

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Gregor Cvetojevic

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Kevin Tusiime

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Noah Hathaway

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Boris Sorokin

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Adrija Bhattacharjee

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Miraz Sadi

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McKenzie Yun

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Sybilla Moore

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Cecile Wang

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Annie Chin

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Lindsey Michaud

2022 Class Council

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John Maqui

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Syanis Vargas Gonzalez

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Victoria Liverpool

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Grace Di Leo

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Lea Thome

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Brendon Tran

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Ko Ko

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Paul Sebastian Cordero Velastegui

2023 Class Council

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Imaan Salimi

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Syed Sabeet Raza Kazmi

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Claudia Garcia

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Rusama Haque

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Lindsey Michaud

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Alex Fegler

2024 Class Council

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Noah Hathaway

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Giovanni Correa-Quiñones

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Sybilla Moore

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Nicholas Jiang

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Cecile Wang

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Annie Chin

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Emily Chan

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Timothy Lai

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Zachary Sussman

New Constitutional Amendments

Please see the information below about new constitutional amendments.

Amendment to Allow Expansion of ACJC Membership

This amendment would allow the All-Campus Judicial Council to have any odd number between 9 to 15 justices, whereas the Council currently has 11 justices. It also allows justices to retain their position if they do not pay the student activities fee for one semester (e.g. to go on study abroad). One minor wording change was also updated. For additional information, please see this document for the exact text of the amendment proposal and how the SA Constitution would be updated.

Amendment to Update Provisions Regarding the Selections, Elections, and Appointments of SA Government Officeholders

This amendment updates the constitution to permit practices which the SA Government was already following within the status quo. These updates will codify the following practices: allowing SA Advisors and WCSA staff to hold a position within a Senate Committee in limited circumstances, allowing the process for selecting a Speaker of the Senate to be conducted according to the Bylaws, allowing vacancies in the Senate across all circumstances to be filled according to a process described in the Bylaws, allowing the President-elect to nominate committee chairs if a new Senate term has started, allowing the ARC Chair to be elected according to the Bylaws, allowing shared responsibility for executing Senate legislation, among a few other minor changes. For additional information, please see this document for the exact text of the amendment proposal and how the SA Constitution would be updated.

Amendment to Update Ambiguous Phrases and Include Gender-neutral Language

This amendment primarily updates wording to be gender-neutral and also updates ambiguous language which was copied from the original U.S. Constitution drafted in 1787. This amendment also adds section numbers to some places in the SA Constitution. For additional information, please see this document for the exact text of the amendment proposal and how the SA Constitution would be updated.