UPUA Election Season Begins, Three Presidential Tickets Announced
It’s mid-March, which for Penn State can only mean one thing — it’s UPUA election season.
Campaigning kicked off today at 7 a.m., and you have no doubt already received a barrage of Facebook invitations from various campaigns. With current UPUA President T.J. Bard announcing his intention to not seek re-election, three executive tickets qualified for the ballot and have their sights set on replacing him.
- Courtney Lennartz (V.P. – Katelyn Mullen): Junior majoring in Health Policy and Administration, Current UPUA Vice-President
- Evan Ponter (V.P. – Ryan Kristobak): Junior majoring in Journalism, Current Onward State staff writer
- Maggie Quinn (V.P. – Gina Feghali): Junior majoring in Public Relations with a minor in Business, Current UPUA Press Secretary
Here are several important dates to keep in mind over the busy next two weeks as students select UPUA’s 7th Assembly.
March 19 – 8 p.m. – First Presidential Debate – Alumni Hall
March 21 – 10 a.m. – First Meet the Candidates Session – First Floor HUB
March 26 – 3 p.m. – Second Meet the Candidates Session – First Floor HUB
March 27 – 8 p.m. – Second Presidential Debate – Alumni Hall
March 28 – Election Day
We’ll have more information on the candidates soon. Be sure to check back with Onward State over the next couple weeks as we guide you through the UPUA election process. Remember, if you don’t vote your heart, your heart never wins.
Other candidates running include:
At-Large Representative (6 seats)
Off-Campus Representative (12 seats)
Andrew Austin Turner
On-Campus Representative (7 seats)
Academic Colleges (1 seat each)
College of Agricultural Sciences
College of Arts and Architecture
Smeal College of Business
College of Communications
Division of Undergraduate Studies
College of Education
College of Earth and Mineral Sciences
College of Engineering
College of Health and Human Development
College of Information Sciences and Technology
College of Liberal Arts
School of Nursing
Schreyer Honors College
Eberly College of Science
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