Three teams announced for executive election

AMS President Morgan Campbell votes to ratify the three teams running in the AMS election.
AMS President Morgan Campbell votes to ratify the three teams running in the AMS election.
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Three teams were placed on the ballot for the upcoming AMS executive elections after being ratified last night at AMS Assembly.

The teams had to provide 750 nomination signatures from the Undergraduate student body before being eligible for ratification.

This is the first time since 2008 that more than two teams have run in the election.

Team GPP consists of presidential candidate Rico Garcia, ArtSci ’13, vice-presidential candidate of university affairs T.K. Pritchard, ArtSci ’12, and vice-presidential candidate of operations Duncan Peterson, ArtSci ’11.

Team JDL is comprised of presidential candidate Doug Johnson, ArtSci ’12, vice-presidential candidate of university affairs Mira Dineen, ArtSci ’11, and vice-presidential candidate of operations Tristan Lee, ArtSci ’12.

Sean Renaud, ArtSci ’15 is the vice-presidential candidate of university affairs for team RMS, alongside presidential candidate Jeffrey McCarthy, ConEd ’12, and vice-presidential candidate of operations Bryor Snefjella, ArtSci ’12.

Campaigning began at midnight and will continue until Jan. 30.

The debates for vice-president of university affairs and vice-president of operations are scheduled for Monday on west campus. The debate for presidential candidates will occur at Common Ground on Tuesday.

Online voting runs on Jan. 31 and Feb 1.

This article has been changed to reflect the following correction:

The upcoming AMS executive election is the first time since 2008 that more than two teams have run.

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