Students across campus are campaigning for Student Government president and vice president for the 2020-2021 school year. Three slates in total are running to represent students at one of the highest levels. The slates are listed in president and vice president order, together with their running mate: Morgan Fritz and Jacob Schrader, Lydia Greene and Joshua Hanyang and Luke Barnes and Daniel Eisenstein. Often slates can be found outside Parks Library tabling to get students' attention and pitch their ideas to them.

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Voting for Student Government president, vice president and Senate seats will be open Tuesday and Wednesday with results being announced Thurs…

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College of Liberal Arts and Sciences senator and junior in political science Lydia Greene is running to represent the student body of Iowa Sta…

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A native of Des Moines, Iowa, and senior in entrepreneurship, Joshua Hanyang is running to represent the student body of Iowa State as its Stu…

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Collegiate Panhellenic Council senator and sophomore in political science Morgan Fritz is running to represent the student body of Iowa State …

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Current Vice Speaker of Student Government and senior in economics and political science Jacob Schrader is running to represent the student bo…

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