ABAC recently held elections for the Student Government Association. Positions were available for Vice President, President, and Senators for the school of Agricultural and Natural Resources, Arts and Sciences, Business, and Nursing and Health Sciences. Voting Ran from September 2nd until September 11th.
Junior and Business major William Bostleman won his bid for the presidency against fellow student Bryce Roland. Bostleman ran his campaign on making sure all ABAC students are afforded the opportunity to work hard and succeed. This beat out Roland’s campaign that ran on better communication from ABAC regarding Coronavirus and representing all of ABAC’s students, not just Agricultural majors. “You voted, and it is an honor to have been elected to serve you this year as ABAC Student Government Association President.”, Bostleman said in a Facebook post on Tuesday. “It is going to be a unique year for everyone, and we want to ensure that no matter what happens, all ABAC Stallions are given the opportunity to work hard and succeed during their time at ABAC.”
Jaci Martin and Lindsey Winzell won their races for Senators of Agriculture and Natural Resources. The Senators of the school of Arts and Sciences are Taylor Moyer and Shamiyah Williams. Raegan Clack and Madison Lynn won Senator positions for the school of Nursing and Health Sciences.
Junior Claire Ryland and Community Assistant Torri Williams won the positions of Senator for the Stafford School of Business. Williams said in a Facebook post Tuesday, “Its an honor and a privilege to get in this position. I cannot wait to start serving the Stafford School of Business and the student body as a whole. I cannot tell you how grateful I am beyond belief of getting this. I will do my best in my capacity to serve our fellow stallions!”