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Vote Today Through Wednesday: ASG General Elections



FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. – Voting for the 2021-22 ASG General Election begins at 9 a.m. CT today, Monday, March 1. Voting will conclude at 4 p.m. CT Wednesday, March 3. Students can vote at or by paper ballot by emailing the Office of Student Activities, [email protected], during regular business hours (8 a.m. to 5 p.m. CT) from the student’s email account, while voting is taking place.

All currently-enrolled undergraduate University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, students are eligible to vote. Information about candidates is available at Ballots will be presented to students as follows:

  • All undergraduate students are eligible to vote for Student Body President, Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer.
  • All undergraduate students will be eligible to vote in the ASG Senate election based on their primary college of enrollment.

The ASG General Election will ask students to vote for their student government President, Vice President, Treasurer, and Secretary. Candidates are as follows:

  1. ASG President – Caleb Parker and Coleman Warren
  2. ASG Vice President – Andrew Kutchka and Teia Anderson
  3. ASG Secretary – Sara Feather and Kaleigh Koc
  4. ASG Treasurer –- Shalu Jivan and Hanna Patel

The Senate portion of the election will be a college-based election. Candidates for Senate are organized by their primary college of enrollment and only students enrolled in that college will be able to vote for those candidates. Seats in the 2021-22 ASG Senate are allocated based on the total student enrollment this semester in each of the colleges. In this election some colleges have more seats than candidates. Unfilled seats will be filled in the Fall 2021 Senate Vacancy Election.

The Senate candidates for each college are as follows:

  • Dale Bumpers College of Agricultural Food & Life Sciences
    • Alex Davis
    • Devin E. Whiteside
    • Madison Estepp
    • Mary Eichenberger
  • Fay Jones School of Architecture
    • No candidates
  • J. William Fulbright College of Arts & Sciences
    • Abigail Lindsey
    • Alexis Brashears
    • Alric Fernandes
    • Andy Wallpher
    • Bennett Perkins
    • Cherish Iroabuchi
    • Connor Martfeld
    • Dane Arbuckle
    • Derek Fisher
    • Gabi Gies
    • Garrett Meadows
    • Gracie Fuhrman
    • Grant Smith
    • Jack Switzer
    • Katie Strickland
    • Lathan William Gregg
    • Lauren Dubner
    • Maddie Jones
    • Matthew Pollard
    • Nathaniel Paulbeck
    • Sinead Clark
    • Zeke Hundley
  • College of Education and Health Professions
    • Abby Hisler
    • Holland F. Harvat
    • Kathleen Bridgforth
    • Macie Koeppen
  • College of Engineering
    • Derek Mullins
    • Grace Wood
    • Hunter Wayne Dowell
    • Samson Parker
    • Sophia Gomez
  • Sam Walton College of Business
    • Alex Summers
    • Emily Heidemann
    • Grant Fraser
    • Greg Goates
    • Halle Jungmann
    • Hudson Flynn
    • London Jones
    • Luke Small
    • Nate Cumming
    • Phil Necessary
    • Sergio Lopez
    • Turner Hupfeld

For more information about the 2021-22 ASG General Election, please visit If you have questions about the election, please contact ASG Chief Justice Adam Hagler at [email protected].

The Associated Student Government at the University of Arkansas is a student-led organization that acts as an organized voice for all students and strives to effectively represent student interest. Questions about ASG can be directed to 479-575-5255, [email protected] or