The UPUA 2010-2011 Candidates Are In…
Registration for candidates for this year’s UPUA elections has been closed and those that have been selected to do battle have been named.
For the 2010 UPUA President/Vice President nomination, weighing in at I-don’t-know-how-many pounds, it’s Christian Ragland and Colleen Smith, who will be facing David Adewumi and Devin Weakland.
The two tickets will campaign and debate over the next two weeks until March 31, Election Day. Both tickets have already begun their campaigning. You can check out the Ragland-Smith literature on their website, Twitter, or Facebook and you can do the same for the Adewumi-Weakland ticket on their website, Twitter, or Facebook.
The three biggest contests are At-Large Representative, Off-Campus Representative, and On-Campus Representative. There are also two students going for a single Arts & Architecture. All other spots– namely the College representatives– are being sought by just one person (or, in the case of IST and Education, no one! what’s up with that?).
The full list of candidates is at the end of this post.
Good luck and no mud-slinging, toy-bagging, or sleep-shooting.
Only one of those is real.
List of UPUA Candidates for 2010 Election
At Large (6 seats):
Ben Pugh, Marissa Wilson, Joshua Crawford, Jessica Pelliciotta, Anthony Christina, and Kelly Terefenko.
Off-Campus (12 seats):
Rob Ghormoz, Christina Boggs, Maggie Quinn, Richard Missett, Tracey Bard, Sean Goheen, Timothy Keough, Joseph Grimes, Kyle Lorenz, Mallory Reed, Daniel Bitner, Ali Cook, Kathryn Perugini, Steven Burkholder, Dustin Holler, Haley McCleron, and Mike Stegura.
On-Campus (7 seats):
Lienard Chang, Colleen Cannon, Tyler Doppelheuer, Mark Cannon, Adam Boyer, Jillian Seifrit, and Chirag Panchal.
Zakaria Al Balushi
Arts & Architecture
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