Today is election day for undergraduates. Students can vote between 12 p.m. Thursday and 12 p.m. Friday to select a new Duke Student Government president and executive vice president. For your convenience, we've compiled all of The Chronicle's coverage of the race here.
We profiled each of the five candidates for Duke Student Government president. We also hosted a debate between the candidates and have provided transcripts of their responses. Today, we fact-checked several of the claims made in the debate.
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Footage of the debate is included below:
Here are some fact-checks from the debate.
Executive Vice President Candidates
Three students are running for the position of executive vice president. The Chronicle profiled each.
The Chronicle also published endorsements from student organization and its Editorial Board.
Blue Devils United — Sabriyya Pate
Duke Engineering Student Government — Sabriyya Pate
Duke Disability Alliance — Kristina Smith and Jake Hoberg
Duke Catalyst — Sabriyya Pate and Jake Hoberg
Duke Honor Council — Kristina Smith
Jewish Student Union — Kristina Smith
Baldwin Scholars — Yemi Kolawole and Kristina Smith
Duke Hindu Students Association — Kristina Smith
NAMI — Kayla Thompson
Mi Gente— Kristina Smith
Black Student Alliance — Kristina Smith
Duke Diya — Sabriyya Pate and Alec Lintz