Edwards, Bias win OSU SGA elections
Thursday, March 25, 2021
Edwards, a native of Trophy Club, Texas, and Bias, who hails from Orlando, Florida, beat Jadyn Powell and Dara Evans by 138 votes as a little over a thousand votes were cast.
Both are students in the College of Arts and Sciences. Edwards is a political science major with minors in philosophy as well as campaigns and lobbying. Bias is working toward a degree in chemical engineering.
Edwards and Bias ran on a platform they dubbed RISE: Resources, Inclusiveness, Stability and Engagement.
“As a partnership that is ingrained in the campus community both inside and outside the Student Government Association, the foundation of our candidacy is to create a strong union between all students,” their release states. “We hope to provide resources including working with University Counseling Services for better mental health care, promote inclusiveness by leading and mandating diversity training for our cabinet members, emphasize stability by pushing for student fee transparency and feedback systems, and foster engagement by regularly maintaining direct contact with students and student-led organizations. By focusing on these priorities and more, SGA and the OSU community will rise together under our administration.”
Edwards will be taking over from current SGA President Jaden Kasitz and Bias will replace current Vice President Luke Muller.
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