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GALLERY: Student Body Election Results

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Photo by Photo by Robert O’Brien

SGA hosted the first annual Election Celebration on Friday, Mar. 4, 2022.

On Friday, Mar. 4, 2022, the results for the spring 2022 student government elections were announced. 5 For Yell swept the Junior and Senior Yell Leader elections and junior Case Harris won the Student Body President election. These results remain unofficial until certified by the Chief Justice of the SGA Judicial Court.

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  • Reveille X was present and was available for students to take photos with in front of the 12th Man statue.

  • Reveille X was present and was available for students to take photos with in front of the 12th Man statue.

  • Reveille X was present and was available for students to take photos with in front of the 12th Man statue.

  • Reveille X was present and was available for students to take photos with in front of the 12th Man statue.

  • 5 For Yell kneeling in front of the 12th Man statue.

  • Election Commissioner Cara Maxwell announces the election results to the crowd gathered by the 12th Man statue.

  • Zac Cross embraces a family member after winning the election for Senior Yell Leader.

  • Zac Cross embraces a family member after winning the election for Senior Yell Leader.

  • Students celebrate 5 For Yell’s victory by the 12th Man statue on Friday, Mar. 4, 2022.

  • 5 For Yell won all 5 yell leader elections.

  • The members of 5 For Yell celebrate after sweeping the Yell Leader elections.

  • The members of 5 For Yell celebrate after sweeping the Yell Leader elections.

  • Finance junior Case Harris won the election for Student Body President on Friday, Mar. 4, 2022.

  • Supporters of 5 For Yell celebrate with the junior candidates of 5 For Yell.

  • Supporters of 5 For Yell celebrate with the junior candidates of 5 For Yell.

  • Supporters of 5 For Yell celebrate with the junior candidates of 5 For Yell.

  • Supporters of 5 For Yell celebrate with Junior Yell Leader Trevor Yelton of 5 For Yell.

  • Supporters of 5 For Yell celebrate with Junior Yell Leader Trevor Yelton of 5 For Yell.

  • Newly elected Student Body President Case Harris celebrates with his campaign team and fellow Aggies.

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