Colorado State University - Pueblo announces 2013 ASG Election Results

Colorado State University - Pueblo announces 2013 ASG Election Results

PUEBLO—The results from the 2013 Associated Students’ Government (ASG) elections at Colorado State University-Pueblo held April 9-11 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 senior Vanessa Emerson, a business management major and mass communications minor from Aurora. Elected Vice President is junior Michael Weiner, a business management (marketing) major with leadership studies minor from Pueblo. Emerson and Weiner ran on the Students for Students party platform.

Elected as Senators representing the College of Education, Engineering, and Professional Studies are Henry Willauer, a sophomore exercise science major from Woodland Hills, Calif., and Damilola Ogunbayode, a freshman pre-engineering major from Lagos, Nigeria. 

Representing the College of Humanities and Social Sciences will be Trevor McKinney, a sophomore political science major and computer information systems minor from Pueblo and Michael E. Linsenman, a sophomore political science major with minors in business administration and homeland security from Commerce City.   

Elected Senators to represent the College of Science and Mathematics include freshman Vanessa Gallegos, a  pre-vet biology major with a Spanish minor from Pueblo, and Nikole Turner, a senior pre-vet biology major with chemistry minor from Olney Springs.

Luis Antonio Reyes, a sophomore pre-business major from Colorado Springs, was elected as a Senator for the Hasan School of Business (HSB) as was sophomore Anthony “Turtle” Herrera, a pre-business major from Seguin, Texas.

Six students, Kristen Pough, a freshman social work/English double major from Aurora, Daniel Ullrich, a freshman pre-business major from Evergreen, Noelle Clark, a sophomore political science/Spanish double major with a leadership studies minor from Pueblo West, Freddy Anson, a sophomore pre-business major from Katy, Texas, Denys Frolkov a freshman  pre-business major from Denver, and Evan Martella, a junior history/political science double major from Pueblo, 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.