Colorado State University - Pueblo announces 2012 ASG Election Results

Colorado State University - Pueblo announces 2012 ASG Election Results

PUEBLO—The results from the 2012 Associated Students’ Government (ASG) elections at Colorado State University-Pueblo held April 10-12 have been announced.

ASG is a student-run government which represents and advocates on behalf of students. This student government works with the CSU-Pueblo administration, faculty and staff, and is responsive to student concerns, ideas, and needs, and actively works to ensure that the student body of CSU-Pueblo is justly and proactively recognized and represented with fairness and equity in all aspects of the University setting.
Next year’s ASG President is Logan Gogarty, a junior Spanish major with a business administration minor from Colorado City. Elected Vice President is Rafeal Elliott, a senior biology major with a chemistry minor from Aurora. Gogarty and Elliott ran on the LMFAO (Leaders Moving Forward as One) party platform.
Elected as Senators representing the College of Education, Engineering, and Professional Studies are Shirley Evans, a pre-nursing freshman from Aurora and Henry Willauer, a freshman Exercise Science major from Woodland Hills, Calif. 

Representing the College of Humanities and Social Sciences will be Samantha Gordon, a senior English (education) major from Englewood and Desiree Grissom, a sophomore music (education) major from Aurora.  

Elected Senators to represent the College of Science and Mathematics include Angelica Harvey, a  junior biology major from Kapolei, HI, and Freddy Gerardo Correamanrique, a sophomore biology major from Colorado Springs.

Vanessa Emerson, a pre-business junior from Aurora, was elected as a Senator for the Hasan School of Business (HSB) as was  Mario Ruiz, a double pre-business/Spanish freshman major from Fountain.

Six students, Gabby Allard, a sophomore social work/psychology double major from Colorado Springs, Jordan Boehme-DeCew, a freshman mass communications major from Escondido, Calif., Courtney Jones, a sophomore mass communications major from Colorado Springs, Olivia Elley, a sophomore business management/Spanish double major from Pueblo, Lindsay Harder, a sophomore math (education) major from Superior, and Lynnea Phillips, a junior mass communications major from Fountain, were elected as Senators at Large.

For more information, contact ASG at 719-549-2866, email, or visit their web site at

Colorado State University - Pueblo is a regional, comprehensive university emphasizing professional, career-oriented, and applied programs. Displaying excellence in teaching, celebrating diversity, and engaging in service and outreach, CSU-Pueblo is distinguished by access, opportunity, and the overall quality of services provided to its students.