The annual SGA debate — pitting all the candidates for SGA president, vice president and treasurer against one another — will be held at 7 p.m. Monday night in the Student Center Ballroom.
An email sent out to students earlier today included a scheduling error that said the debate was scheduled for 6 p.m.
Students can vote in the SGA election Tuesday from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. on AUAccess.
The five presidential candidates — junior Bri Thomas, junior Dane Block, senior Mike O'Key, junior Patrick Starr and junior Porter Kennedy — will pitch their platforms and debate. The two candidates for SGA vice president and treasurer are also expected to take the stage.
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Schyler Burney, junior, candidate for vice president, and junior Dixon Simmons, candidate for treasurer, are running unopposed.
The five candidates for Miss Auburn, who won't be running philanthropic for the first time in years, will be answering some questions instead of debating. In previous elections, candidates for Miss Auburn gave one-minute platform pitches.
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