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GALLERY: 2020 Student Election Results

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Photo by Photo by Meredith Seaver

Memo Salinas, Jacob Huffman, Weston Porter, Keller Cox and Mason Graham arrived together at the E. King Gill statue to wait for election results.

Friday, Feb. 21 just after 7 p.m. at the E. King Gill statue in front of the Koldus building, Election Commissioner Jacob Schaffer announced the the results of the Spring 2020 elections. Memo Salinas and Mason Graham were voted Junior Yell Leaders and Jacob Huffman, Keller Cox and Weston Porter were elected Senior Yell Leaders. Shortly after, the 2020-2021 Student Body President was announced to be Eric Mendoza.
Photos by Meredith Seaver

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  • Supporters wait for election results to be announced.

  • Dave Cox, Jake Shatzer and Ayde Ordaz wait for election results to be announced.

  • Eric Mendoza and his campaign team congregate at the E. King Gill statue.

  • Election Commissioner Jacob Schaffer reads the results of the Spring 2020 election.

  • Past Yell Leaders Gavin Suel, Kenny Cantrell, Karsten Lowe, Reid Williams and Cooper Cox celebrate the election of 2020-2021 Yell Leaders Memo Salinas, Jacob Huffman, Weston Porter, Keller Cox and Mason Graham.

  • Eric Mendoza celebrates after being announced the 2020-2021 Student Body President.

  • Newly elected 2020-2021 Student Body President Eric Mendoza is congratulated by Vice President of Student Affairs Daniel Pugh.

  • Eric Mendoza celebrates his win with his campaign team.

  • Memo Salinas, Jacob Huffman, Weston Porter, Keller Cox and Mason Graham will serve as the 2020-2021 Yell Leaders.

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