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SGA Elections 2020

Coverage for campaigns, debate, and elections for spring 2020

Williams-York Win SGA Election

BREAKING: Williams–York win SGA Election

Editor’s Note: This story is developing and we will update as more information is available. The results of the 2020-2021 Student Government Association (SGA) election are in. While some positions are to be announced, the results were sent in a campus-wide communication email Friday afternoon. President: Darnell K. “Adrian” Williams Vice President: Joseph York Residential […]

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SGA Meetings Canceled Until Further Notice

SGA was set to hold their weekly meeting this Tuesday, Sept. 22 and the new positions would have began their transition into power.

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SGA Elections: Candidate Profiles

Before casting your ballot, check out who is running in the election, why they are running and what their platform is.

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SGA Elections: Candidates Announced

Campaigning for the Student Government Association (SGA) 2020 election begins today, Sept. 7, and the candidate list has been announced.

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SGA Holds Remote Petitioning For Upcoming Election

SGA’s election will be held in September and petitioning as well as some campaigning will take place remotely.

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BREAKING: Student Government Elections postponed until fall 2020

Amidst the global decision to close public spaces and postpone major events to promote social distancing, Student Government Association (SGA) President Ivan Mallett announced Executive Order 20-01, postponing the SGA Elections until fall of this year.

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SGA Election Coverage: Potential candidates announced during first week of petitions

During the first week of petitions, an Instagram page was launched to announce the campaign for Wright State students Samantha Baxter and Jacob Jones in the 2020 Student Government Association (SGA) elections.

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SGA holds weekly meeting | Photo by Sarah Cavender | The Wright State Guardian

SGA Elections: Petitions are open for campaigning

The Student Government Association (SGA) sent an email to the student body on Feb. 17 to announce that petitions are open for interested candidates.

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