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On the ballot: SGA candidates discuss platforms

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PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

RELATED: Gray, Mendoza-Lespron will make perfect SGA team

Andrew Gray, business administration and management junior and SGA President candidate

Andrew Gray, business administration and management junior and presidential candidate

 Andrew Gray | Business administration and management junior

What word best describes you?

“Humble [because of personal life] and professional [because of managerial experience].

What are your qualifications?

Junior class senator, president pro tempore, chairman of public policy committee, supervised more than 600 employees.

What are your priorities if elected?

Improve campus safety by getting more police call boxes, improve police response time and foster social tolerance and unity.

Shayla Owens, business management junior and SGA presidential candidate

Shayla Owens, business management junior and  presidential candidate

Shayla Owens | business management junior

What word best describes you?

Ambitious because you come to college and don’t always see the power you have. But I did and could channel that to move forward.”

What are your qualifications?

AKA president, Order of Omega vice president, student ambassador, junior class senator, peer counselor, student allocations chair

What are your priorities if elected?

Have health and wellness checks for colleges to make sure all students have equal opportunity to enjoy MSU

VICE PRESIDENTIAL CANDIDATES

Andrea Mendoza-Lespron, English junior and SGA Vice President candidate

Andrea Mendoza-Lespron, English junior and  vice presidential candidate

 Andrea Mendoza-Lespron | English junior

What word best describes you?

“Enthusiastic. When you’re friendly and approachable, people will come to you and tell you their problems.”

What are your qualifications?

UPB low budget no budget chair, funding committee member, Board of Regents observer, vice president of Alpha Chi Honor society, student ambassador.

What are your priorities if elected?

Close gap between students, get organizations to collaborate, hold SGA office hours around campus, improve lighting on campus

Tyler Garcia, political science junior and SGA vice presidential candidate

Tyler Garcia, political science junior and  vice presidential candidate

Tyler Garcia | Political science junior

What word best describes you?

“Determined. My dad always told me ‘Achieve or over achieve, nothing else is acceptable.’ I’ve done my best to live up to that standard.”

What are your qualifications?

Greek life member, student ambassador, First Year Task Force committee member, student assistant in office of Student Development and Orientation.

What are your priorities if elected?

Get students more involved and give students a sense of belonging

RELATED: Gray, Mendoza-Lespron will make perfect SGA team

Additional reporting by Bri Sheen and Rutth Mercado

 

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