LUCC General Election 2008-2009 Candidates

LUCC

District 1 (Colman Hall, Brokaw Hall, Off-Campus Residents; 2 seats)A Meareg Amare, ’11 (Colman 205)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

B Elizabeth (Ellie) Crean, ’11 (Colman 213)

“Being an RLA in Colman/Brokaw has already given me the opportunity to get to know many of the people living in the Colman/Brokaw district. Knowing so many residents will allow me to represent their ideas and suggestions for making Lawrence a better place to live and further one’s education. I believe that I am an approachable person, I am open to suggestions, and would be honored to bring these suggestions from my community to the larger Lawrence community. I think that I could provide the necessary link between LUCC and students through open and honest communication with everyone involved.”

C Belaynesh Dejene, ’10 (Colman 204)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

D Hilary Haskell, ’12 (Colman 217)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

E Patrick McMonagle, ’12 (Colman 303)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

F Kyu-po Pyun, ’12 (Colman 327)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

District 2 (Hiett Hall, Ormsby Hall; 3 seats)

A Justin Happ, ’11 (Ormsby 213)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

B Jared Padway, ’11 (Ormsby 221)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

C Ranga Wimalasuriya, ’12 (Ormsby 223)

“I have always considered myself a multi-cultured kid; although Sri Lankan I’ve lived a good half of my life in the UK and Nepal. This has helped me get along with people and develop myself globally and more importantly diplomatically. Making friends, fostering team work with a positive attitude and respecting everyone’s culture and individuality is what I believe in, thus I would like to join the LUCC to be apart of such a community where I can voice my opinions and make change whenever needed within our society.”

District 3 (Plantz Hall, Union St. Residences; 2 seats)

A Mari Tsugawa, ’11 (Plantz 227)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

B Another candidate could not be found by September 30th; a special election will be held later in the term to fill the vacancy.

District 4 (Kohler Hall, 733 & 739 Alton St.; 2 seats)

A Isake Smith, ’11 (Kohler 401)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

B Xiao Hong Zhang, ’12 (Kohler 204)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

District 5 (Quadrangle: 206 & 218 S. Lawe St., 712 & 726 E. John St., 711 E. Alton St.; 1 seat)

A Silvio Marquez, ’11 (712 E. John St. (Beta) 202)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

District 6 (Sage Hall, 738, 741, & 742 E. John St.; 2 seats)

A Megan Rose (Skylar) Kogelschatz, ’11 (Sage 222)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

B Kaleesha Rajamantri, ’10 (Sage 105)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

District 7 (Trever Hall, 813 E. John St. and 300 S. Meade St.; 2 seats)

A Murtaza Amiryar, ’09 (Trever 308)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

B Wesley Hendrickson, ’12 (Trever 102)

“Keeping the Lawrence community united is an exciting and humbling experience that I want to take on with fervor and dependability. As a member of LUCC, I will not only represent the members of my district, but every student that makes up the Lawrence community. I will work with hall councils, faculty, and students alike and make sure that the issues that all of my fellow Lawrentians care most about are handled with efficiency and compassion. Having someone that cares about you is what makes college life so awesome! With that in mind, vote “Yes for Wes” for LUCC.”

C Naveed Islam, ’11 (Trever 305)

This candidate did not submit a statement.

Top