Georgia State University held a general election for the 2021-2022 executive and legislative candidates of the Student Government Association on April 13-15, 2021. The results, with 150 votes cast, are available below.
Congratulations to the following winners:
SGA President – Brianna Bailey
Atlanta campus Executive Vice President – Vacant
Atlanta campus Speaker of the Senate – Queen Mufty-Raimi*
Atlanta campus Andrew Young School of Policy Studies Senator – 2 vacancies remain
Atlanta campus College of Arts & Sciences Senators
Jocelyn Aguirre, Saadh Ahmed, Ira Livnat, Diana Meijia, Saher Pirmohammed, Rodrigo Ruiz-Tello, Myla Williams
Atlanta campus College of Education & Human Development Senator – 3 vacancies remain
Atlanta campus J. Mack Robinson College of Business Senators
Matthew Adjin-Tettey, Bethany McCullough, Frederick Severtson, Jenelle Ryan and 4 vacancies remain
Atlanta campus Lewis School of Nursing & Health Professions – Emerald Gibbs and 1 vacancy
Atlanta campus School of Public Health Senator – 2 vacancies remain
Alpharetta campus Executive Vice President, Speaker and 6 Senator positions – Vacant
Clarkston campus Executive Vice President, Speaker and 6 Senator positions – Vacant
Decatur campus Executive Vice President, Speaker and 6 Senator positions – Vacant
Decatur campus Speaker of the Senate, Speaker and 6 Senator positions – Vacant
Dunwoody campus Executive Vice President, Speaker and 6 Senator positions – Vacant
Newton campus Executive Vice President and 6 Senator positions – Vacant
Newton campus Speaker of the Senate – Demari Freeman*
Applications are being accepted for all remaining vacancies not filled by the ballot process using this form as well as applications for Communications Directors and Finance Directors and Senate Clerk, which are appointed, using this form.
*The Election Commission has asked the Student Judicial Board for a ruling on how to handle the vacancy in the ATL and Newton Executive Vice President roles. If the position is handled as a vacancy, then the line of succession process would be implemented, and the new Speaker has the opportunity to be promoted. If the position is handled as an unelected position, then the new president could interview any applicants that have applied for the EVP role.
Contact the Student Government Association with any questions or voting issues by phone at 404-413-1600 or by email.