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Contest Begins for SWOSU Student Leadership Positions

March 6, 2007

The race for the student presidency at SWOSU has begun in earnest.

Student Body President Garrett King of Binger, a junior majoring in history and political science, filed for reelection to the campus’s highest student office. SGA Public Relations Secretary Donovan Fuller of Sand Springs, a second-year College of Pharmacy student, will stand as King’s vice-presidential running mate.

Associate Justice of the Student Supreme Court Greg Franklin of Midwest City, a senior majoring in criminal justice, is challenging King’s bid for a second term. Student Senate Parliamentarian Sean Dooley of Weatherford, a senior majoring in music education and music performance, will stand as Franklin’s vice-presidential running mate.

Student Body Treasurer Chaz Morgan of Canadian, Texas, stands unopposed for reelection as chief financial officer of the student body.

The election will be held Tuesday, April 10, and Wednesday, April 11, from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. in the Memorial Student Center. 

Candidates for student body president, student body vice president, and student body treasurer are required to have been members of the Student Government Association for at least one semester, be full-time students with a minimum sophomore status, and maintain a grade point average of 2.50 or greater.

For more information, contact Dana Mason, speaker of the SWOSU Student Senate and chair of the 2007 Spring Executive Election Committee, at masond@student.swosu.edu.

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