Vote in the 2018 FUSA Presidential Election, Feb. 27

Vote in the 2018 FUSA Presidential Election, Feb. 27

Stags, vote for the 71st Fairfield University Student Association (FUSA) President and Vice President on Tuesday, February 27 from 8:30 a.m. – 7 p.m. on OrgSync.

Election results will be announced at The Levee at 9 p.m. All full-time undergraduate students are eligible to vote in the election, including graduating seniors.

This year FUSA has three full presidential tickets:
Katherine Santo ’19 (President)
Nicholas Lanni ’19 (Vice President)

Danielle Rice ’19 (President)
Matthew Marshall ’19 (Vice President)

Julian Falcioni ’19 (President)
Brandan Arnold ’19 (Vice President)


All of the candidates have extensive leadership experience and bring their own styles of leadership to the ticket.

All eligible students will receive an email from FUSA on the morning of Tuesday, February 27 with the link to the ballot and cast their vote. Students can also choose to vote on their phones via the OrgSync App, or they can log-in to OrgSync via a computer, where they can search for FUSA in the search box, click on “forms,” and see the FUSA Presidential Election Ballot at the top of the list.

At 9 p.m., join FUSA for the Presidential Election Results Party at The Levee. Food, refreshments, and the announcement of the next 2018-19 FUSA President and Vice President will be made.

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Last modified: 02-22-18 08:50 AM

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