The 2017 SGA election has ended in a run off between Jacqueline Keck and Brock Hendon.
SGA will conduct a runoff vote on Thursday, Feb. 9.
Keck, junior in economics, said she "wants to leave the campus better than I found it for current and future students" during the campaigns.
"Becoming your SGA President is the most tangible way for me to do that," Keck said. "I designed an inclusive and innovative campaign with the understanding that it takes a “we” to create change. If you say “We Can with Keck” you are saying we can improve student life and ensure student success for all."
Hendon, junior in finance, said he wants to "enhance student success and access" during the campaigns.
"I'll work to implement dead days before final exams, continue to see the elimination of more TBAs when signing up for classes, simplify student printing on campus, create a more diverse and inclusive student involvement within SGA and around campus, and expanded suicide prevention and sexual assault prevention programs to enhance student success," Hendon said.
Justin Smith, junior in chemical engineering, was voted SGA vice president.
Frank McEwen, junior in finance, was voted SGA treasurer.
Ashley Moates, junior in communication disorders, was voted Miss Auburn.
The Plainsman will publish updates, including vote counts, as soon as they become available.