Fall 2015 Election Registration: 2019 Class Government

A Message From Chief Elections Manager Grant Golub ’17: 

To our newest Tigers,

I would like to wish you another warm welcome to the Princeton community! On behalf of USG, and the entire student body, I say we are happy you are here, and we hope you have been enjoying your first few weeks at Princeton. Being a student here is a time to explore your interests and discover who you truly are, and what better way to do that than running for your freshmen class government?

Today marks the beginning of the USG Fall 2015 Freshmen Class Government Elections Cycle. As a member of your class government, you will be in charge of leading your class through your extraordinary first year at Princeton, by planning class events, promoting classunity and helping to organize policies which benefit the Class of 2019.

If this sounds appealing to you, I encourage you to run! If you have any questions about the process, I also encourage you to reach out to me, Ella, Aleksandra, Justin Ziegler (Class of 2016 President), Andrew Sun (Class of 2017 President) or Chance Fletcher (Class of 2018 President) for more information. Together, we will make Princeton a better place for all.


Justin Ziegler ’16 (jrbz@princeton.edu)

Ella Cheng ’16 (ellac@princeton.edu)
Aleksandra Czulak ’17 (aczulak@princeton.edu)
Andrew Sun ’17 (ays@princeton.edu)
Chance Fletcher ’18 (chancemf@princeton.edu)



The positions up for election are:

2019 Class Government (5 will be elected)
Click here for the position description.

Please review the USG Elections Handbook for the full elections regulations. Failure to follow these procedures may jeopardize your candidacy.


To register for the Class Government Fall Elections, you must submit the following by Friday, October 2nd at 5pm. Late registrations will not be accepted. By this deadline, you must:

  1. Submit your petition for USG office with all necessary signatures. Submit a hard copy with physical signatures to the mailbox on the USG Office door, Frist 204.
  2. Submit the candidate registration form electronically. This includes your candidate statement. Candidate photos must be sent to usgvote@princeton.edu by the same deadline. Once submitted, you may not edit or change your statement or photograph.
  3. Attend an open house:
    Monday, September 28th at 8:30 pm in the USG Office (Frist 204)
    Tuesday, September 29th at 8:30 pm in the USG Office (Frist 204)​​
    If you can’t make an open house, please email me (ggolub@princeton.edu) immediately.


Campaigning officially begins as of noon Monday, October 5th. (10/5). The details of campaign regulations are in the elections handbook.

Please see the elections timeline for upcoming events and deadlines. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to email me!

Grant Golub ’17