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53 candidates vie for 11 SGO posts

Fifty-three candidates from five parties are vying for the eleven SGO positions.

They have officially signified their intent last July 5, the last day of filling of candidacy for the elections on July 12.

Eleven are needed to add up with the six class representatives of the six sections to make up this year's new set of SGO officers.

Only fourth year students are allowed to run for presidency. The other slots are open to any interested student.

The other positions are: vice-president, secretary, treasurer, auditor, two business managers and three sergeants-at-arms.

The following parties are as follows:

Ganduyan Party, headed by Ricky Bagni, a senior student and the lineup's president.

Men at Work II, headed by Johnny Cayatoc, also a senior student vying for the presidency.

Nan Tanggewan, headed by Ellis Solang, also a senior and also running for president.

New Generation, headed by Frenzel Sumeg-ang, a junior running for vice president.

Executioners, headed by Dan Sana, also a junior student vying for the vice presidency.

Because the homeroom elections are already finished, the elected class representatives are not allowed to run for the said election. They may not file their candidacy for the SGO elections unless they first resign from their office.

The class representatives are Francine Agpad (I-Red), Barry Piluden (I-White), Lynn Capuyan (II-Blue), Connie Carlin (III-Red), Nova Bagsawen (III-White), and Cheyenne Domanog (IV-Blue).


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