As an elected body, Student Government strives to be transparent about its election processes. Here you will find election results for our most recent election, as well as relevant materials for candidates in the current election! Questions about elections? Email Elections Administrator Owen Smith at email@example.com or the general StuGov account at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Fall 2021 Election Information
The Student Government Fall 2021 Elections will be held from 8am on September 20th, 2021, to 4pm on September 23rd, 2021. Voting will occur online at vote.truman.edu. When announced, results can be found below and on the StuGov social media.
We encourage all students to get involved in StuGov! Running for election is one of the best ways students can create change on campus. We have fall elections in September and spring elections in April. Potential candidates should refer to the Fall 2021 Elections Handbook, which describes all things pertaining to our campaigning and election process. Potential candidates should also take a took at our official documents. If you’d like to get involved in StuGov sooner, you can apply for a position over on our Applications page.
The following people have qualified for the Fall 2021 Election ballot:
|Candidate Name||Position Sought|
|PJ Wuennenberg||Senior Senator|
|Luke Rascher||Voting Senator|
|Blaine Smallwood||Voting Senator|
|Alexis Cook||Voting Senator|
|Sara Klamm||Voting Senator|
|Colleen O’Reilly||Incoming Senator|
|Adam Bishop||Incoming Senator|
|Abigail Knabe||Incoming Senator|
|Trevor Carey||Incoming Senator|
|Owen Hamill||Incoming Senator|
Spring 2021 Election Results
(Click on either image for a .pdf version of the results.)
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