The 2016 Undergraduate Student Government candidates were officially released Wednesday on the USG website. The candidates successfully completed petitioning and verification of their petitions by the Elections Board, which also checks to make sure candidates meet the minimum grade point average requirements for their respective positions. The candidates will campaign until elections take place on SOLAR from April 11 to April 15.

2016 USG Elections Candidates

POOL Party
President: Elizabeth Osei
Executive Vice President: Dwayne Moore
Treasurer: Jin Lin
Vice President of Communications: Amanda Baron
Vice President of Student Life: Jaliel Amador
Vice President of Academic Affairs: Joshua Seobarran
Vice President of Clubs and Organizations: Lydia Senatus
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Dan Harel
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Terrence Ki
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Christine Yuen
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Clare Finnegan
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Crystal Li
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Derrick Wegner
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Jau Abad
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Jennifer Maldonado
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Nicholas Vollano
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Kristie Kam
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Vanessa Cornelio
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Rawson Jahan
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Misha Mehta
Health Sciences Center Senator: Christian Cole
At-Large Senator: Keiko Nagami
College of Business Senator:
Senior Class Senator: Toni Senior
Junior Class Senator: Tasnia Ahmed
Sophomore Class Senator: Kemi Adebanjo
Stony Brook United
President: Cole Lee
Executive Vice President: Drazen Bacarra
Treasurer: Rebecca Anderson
Vice President of Communications: Max Shaps
Vice President of Student Life: Alex Bouraad
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Asim Rattu
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Justine Marfa
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Tao Wang
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Mahnoor Raheel
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Ahlyjus McPherson
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Amanda Tam
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Ashley Villamar
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Courtney Eichner
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Millicent Mulieri
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Rian Leung
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Shehran Uddin
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Troy Chinnici
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: William Eddy
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Zachary Shaps
Health Sciences Center Senator: Daisy Lei
At-Large Senator: Naveen Mallangada
College of Business Senator: John Scalamandre
Senior Class Senator: Jonathan Rodriguez
Junior Class Senator: Angelica Husni
Sophomore Class Senator: Patrick Smith

Students’ Party

President: Hassan Sheikh

Executive Vice President: Mark Wu
Treasurer: Hikari Oshiro
Vice President of Student Life: Niven Singh
Vice President of Academic Affairs: John Mele
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Forum Doshi
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Mudassar Memon
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Sunny Cheng
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Amanda Stoerback
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Giana Dietrich
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Labib Shams
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Mehr Parwez
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Ming Yu Chang
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Samantha Coyle
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Saori Arai
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Won Park
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Seungryul Shim
College of Arts and Sciences Senator: Nino Kapanadze
Health Sciences Center Senator: Joseph Perez
College of Business Senator: Matthew Choong
Senior Class Senator: Frank Miranda

Independent Candidates (Non-Party Affiliated)

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Vice President of Student Life: Linda Lee
College of Engineering and Applied Sciences Senator: Connor Watson
At-Large Senator: Condrea Zhuang
Correction: March 24, 2016
A previous version of this story on The Statesman’s website had a featured image that was a photo of the 2015 Undergraduate Student Government election debate. The photo depicted candidates in the 2015 election who are not candidates in the 2016 election. The featured image has been changed in order to avoid confusion as to who the 2016 election candidates are.

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