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SGA has largest voter turnout for 2010-11 election

In the largest voter turnout ever for the Student Government Association at Austin Peay State University, new student leaders were elected last week to serve during the 2010-11 academic year.

Greg Singleton, dean of students, said 1,400 students voted in the election process, resulting in the highest voter turnout in APSUs SGA election history.

Students elected to SGA Executive Board positions are Kenny Kennedy, president; Luke Collier, vice president; and Sara Seesholtz, executive secretary. A chief justice will be appointed next week.
In the largest voter turnout ever for the Student Government Association at Austin Peay State University, new student leaders were elected last week to serve during the 2010-11 academic year.

Greg Singleton, dean of students, said 1,400 students voted in the election process, resulting in the highest voter turnout in APSU's SGA election history.

Students elected to SGA Executive Board positions are Kenny Kennedy, president; Luke Collier, vice president; and Sara Seesholtz, executive secretary. A chief justice will be appointed next week.

Those chosen as senators are Anthony Grady, sophomore; Katie Snider, junior; and Kelvin Rutledge, senior.

Student representatives elected from the College of Arts and Letters are Cady Denton, Parker Davenport and Gabrielle Bomar.

From the College of Behavioral and Health Sciences, new student representatives are Joe Marler, Patrick Robinson and RJ Taylor.

The College of Business will be represented by Gavin Akins, Kory Miller and Christopher Tablack.

Students elected from the College of Education are Ernyce Smith, LlieAnna Traughber and Katherine Worsham.

Those serving from the College of Science and Mathematics are Yousef Behbahani, Aubrey Harris and Amanda Johnson.

The SGA serves as the official liaison between the student body and the administration. It is the official channel of communication for all students. As the voice of the students, SGA listens and helps to articulate the ideas and issues of APSU students.

For more information about the SGA at APSU, call Singleton at (931) 221-7341 or e-mail him at singletong@apsu.edu. -- Melony Shemberger