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Your guide to the 2020 Student Government Election
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Your guide to the 2020 Student Government Election

The student government executive ticket elections at the University of Miami begin Monday, Feb. 17 and will run through Thursday, Feb. 20. This year, there are three candidates running for president. Abigail Adeleke and Randy Fitzgerald, the speaker and speaker pro tempore of the student senate, are running on opposing campaigns, competing to make their respective visions of campus a reality. Andrés Escandón is running an independent campaign for president while Asher Walker is running as an independent candidate for vice president.

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