Everything you need to know about USG elections, a voter guide Get to know the candidates running for each campus' USG executive positions Share Tweet Email Print Campaign season for Undergraduate Student Government has officially begun. Below is a guide to the candidates running for executive positions at each one of ASU’s four campuses. Voting for your campus’ USG executives will take place March 28 and 29 and winners will be announced on March 30. Students will be able to vote on their mobile phones or computers.Tempe USG Executive Tickets The Benedict 2017 Ticket President: Brittany Benedict, business law juniorVice President of Policy: Kelsey Wilson, political science and public policy junior Vice President of Services: Lester Nnagbo, criminal justice junior, minoring in global studies Benedict 2017’s platform promotes mental and sexual health awareness, as well as campus involvement, allowing freshman and transfer students to connect with clubs that best suit their interests and hobbies by issuing a survey. To learn more visit: www.votebenedict2017.comIntroducing the Benedict 2017 Undergraduate Student Government Executive Ticket pic.twitter.com/DvotWgOYPt— Benedict 2017 (@votebenedict17) March 14, 2017 The DeGravina 2017 TicketPresident: Aundrea DeGravina, psychology and political science juniorVP of Policy: Dayton Potter, global politics and film production juniorVP of Services: Rilee Robinson, political science and public relations sophomoreDeGravina 2017's platform focuses on establishing a campus-wide mental health awareness campaign, along with helping organizations on the campus plan events and provide them more resources for success. To learn more visit: votedegravina17.com We are ecstatic to announce our candidacy for USG Executive office. Follow us to keep up with our campaign progress! #VoteDeGravina2017— DeGravina '17 (@votedegravina17) March 14, 2017 The Pruter Campaign 2017 Ticket President: Kanin Pruter, interdisciplinary studies junior with a concentration in international studies and communications VP of Policy: Chloe Lopez, political science junior, minoring in women and gender studies and justice studiesVP of Services: Eryck Garcia, political science junior minoring in sustainabilityThe Pruter Campaign 2017 ticket slogan is putting the “U” back into USG. Their platform focuses on combating issues on campus like sexual assault, while also furthering accountability by hosting bi-weekly town halls to engage with the student body. To learn more visit: www.pruter2017.com "I'm getting ready to do something too - I'm running for President." @HillaryClinton knows best. Check out https://t.co/Oi3GJ2TQb7 for more! pic.twitter.com/0bQITDY0jr— Kanin Pruter (@KaninPruter2016) March 15, 2017 The 2017 Smith Ticket President: Brian Smith, design management junior, minoring in businessVP of Policy: Grant Wallace, economics sophomore, minoring in mathematics VP of Services: Chenxi Zhao, marketing and sports and media studies junior The 2017 Smith ticket wants to listen and empower every Sun Devil to make the most of their undergraduate experience and make ASU a better place, aiming to instill ASU spirit, pride, and tradition to the next generation of ASU Students.To learn more visit: www.facebook.com/VoteSmith2017USG Downtown Executive TicketThe Dangremond 2017 Ticket President: Jackson Dangremond, health innovation junior VP of Policy: Ryan Leith, urban and metropolitan studies junior, minoring in sustainabilityVP of Services: Jade Nicole Yeban, journalism junior, with a minor in political scienceThe Dangremond 2017 campaign centers around three themes: excelling, engaging and empowering students. The ticket aims to enhance the student experience by increasing connections and awareness between our government, university programs and services, student organizations and students.To learn more visit: www.dangremond2017.com USG West Executive Tickets The Leonardi Ticket President: Attilio Kanakao‘olani Leonardi, business data analytics sophomoreVP of Policy: Dan Everett Rule, global management sophomoreVP of Services: Paul Max Putnam, biology junior The Leonardi ticket is looking to defund the bike co-op, defund clubs that can’t meet active membership quotas and audit USG to promote better financial decision making. The Snider Ticket President: Natasha Snider, forensic and biology sophomoreVP of Policy: Frank Melgar, business communication sophomoreVP of Services: Michael Childs, communication junior The Snider ticket aims to accurately and positively represent the student body and community by expanding opportunities for students. Some of the ticket’s key points are providing a voice for students and promoting USG as a resource. To learn more: https://www.facebook.com/sniderticket/USG Polytechnic Executive Ticket The Anderson 2017 Ticket President: Julia Anderson, history and English junior, with a focus in political scienceVP of Services: Jacob Phillabaum, engineering sophomoreVP of Policy: James Larson, engineering juniorThe Anderson 2017 ticket's primary goals are to restructure the student government budget and committees to make them more effective, to make USG more accessible to students and address specific needs of the Polytechnic campus. Subscribe to Pressing Matters Get the best of State Press delivered straight to your inbox. Related Stories University vice provost named as finalist to be president of USD Video: ASU education majors reflect on the Red for Ed movement A look at what went into the making of the documentary 'Seeking Asylum'