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SGA reveals candidates for 2024-25 student body president, Yell Leader, more

Voting for student elections will open on Feb. 29
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The Texas A&M Student Government Association Election Commission released the list of candidates running for major positions in the 2024-25 election. (File photo by Melanie McBride)

The Texas A&M Student Government Association Election Commission released the list of candidates running for major positions in the 2024-25 election. Finalized on Feb. 16 by Election Commissioner Jared Ramos, the candidates are as follows:

Major races

Student body president:

Cade Coppinger, finance junior

Ben Crockett, political science junior 

Luke Kohler, finance junior

Ankit Lulla, mechatronics, robotics and automation engineering junior

Val McNeill, industrial distribution junior

Carter J. Ostrom, society, ethics and law junior

 

Senior Yell Leader:

Josiah Brantley, industrial distribution junior*

Jake Carter, finance junior*

Brooke Huff, agricultural communications & journalism junior

Grayson Poage, civil engineering junior*

 

Junior Yell Leader:

Kyler Fife, communication sophomore*

Sawyer Rabalais, communication sophomore

Luke Widener, economics sophomore*

*Denotes candidates running with 5 For Yell

 

Class presidents

Senior class president:

Hannah Pawlak, chemical engineering junior

Will Rodriguez, finance junior

 

Junior class president:

Colton Whisenant, agribusiness sophomore

 

Sophomore class president:

Bhakti Patel, biochemistry freshman

Cole Sloan, business administration freshman

 

The Election Commission will host debate panels for SBP and Yell Leader candidates on Thursday, Feb. 22 from 5:30-8 p.m. in the Memorial Student Center Flag Room. The SBP Debate will take place first, followed by the Yell Leader Panel. Voting will open on Feb. 29 at 9 a.m. and close on March 1 at 12 p.m., followed by the unofficial announcement of results no earlier than 7 p.m. at the 12th Man Statue.

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Ana Renfroe
Ana Renfroe, Head News Editor
Ana Renfroe, Class of 2025, is a journalism junior with a minor in professional writing from Bryan, Texas. Ana has served as The Battalion's head news editor from May 2023 to May 2024. Previously, she was the assistant news editor for the spring 2023 semester. Ana has covered breaking news, politics, and more. She typically covered the Texas A&M System and university administration, Texas and Bryan-College Station politics, student government and more. Ana previously hosted and produced episodes of The Batt Signal, The Battalion's news podcast. Additionally, she was a copyeditor and feature writer for Maroon Life magazine, and helped contribute to the Aggieland Yearbook.
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