Associated Students, Inc. (ASI) special election begins at 9 a.m. on Monday, Sept. 28 and end at noon, on Wednesday, Sept. 30.
ASI and the Collegian will host a presidential debate between the two candidates via livestream on Facebook beginning at noon on Friday, Sept. 25.
All eligible voters will be sent an email to their Fresno State account with a unique username and password for them to vote when elections begin.
Our new student body president for the Fall 2020/Spring 2021 academic year will be announced via livestream on Facebook after all votes have been counted on Sept. 30.
Elizabeth Rocha Zuñiga
Hey Bulldogs, my name is Elizabeth Rocha Zuñiga and I am running to become your ASI President. I am a Senior, majoring in Political Science and Chicano Studies. Previously I served as your Vice President of External Affairs, Fresno State’s Representative at the California State Student Association, and ASI Senator – amongst other roles. Covid-19 has negatively impacted our students’ lives and access to campus resources and necessary facilities. I will work to ensure that your voice is at the forefront of addressing the needs of higher education during our current crisis and national tensions. As President, I intend to initiate an inclusive, thriving community. Ensuring that your rights are protected and expanded. By advocating for our university to continue to be affordable, accessible and academically centered. My aspiration is to provide you with the means necessary to succeed, right now. It would be an honor to serve you as President.
“She wants to be a lawyer, and I’m very proud.” He says fighting to hold back tears. “I’m excited for her to one day accomplish her dream.” Being a part of the Mock Trial program and hearing my father’s words and those of many is what has inspired me to keep helping others. I am running to be your next ASI President because I want to make sure each and every one of you reach your full potential and are given every resource available in order to succeed. Due to the pandemic, I want to first focus on our well-being’s (our physical and mental health, our safety). Also, focusing on tuition and parking costs because we all deserve the chance at an education despite our backgrounds/financial struggles. Mi nombre (my name) is Naila Estrada, a fourth year EOP student, double majoring in Criminology: Law Enforcement/Chicano Studies with a Spanish minor.