AMS Elections 2021

Keep up with the latest developments in this year’s AMS elections.


Yee emphasized that equity, diversity and inclusion underlie her platform priorities. She also acknowledged the role the pandemic had in upending the university’s “normal.”

With a platform of transparency, clarity, equity and teamwork, Sandhu aims to use her experience to increase the level of transparency between students and the governing body.

The fourth-year political science student, current senator-at-large and AMS president listed nine key areas of his platform, including intentions to seek re-appointment as chair of the Senate Academic Building Needs Committee.

Evans, a fourth-year political science major, bore both successes and controversy during his term. Now, he’s running on a platform of support for the COVID-19 recovery, an AMS governance review and creating an AMS equity unit.

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