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Schreyer Honors College StuCo Endorses Miller

The timing of this endorsement strikes me as particularly advantageous for candidate Miller. Here’s the quote from the email the president of the Schreyer Honors College’s Student Council sent out just now:

Today is UPUA election day. The SHC Student Council has officially endorsed Sam Miller and Matthew Smith as UPUA President and Vice President. If you have time, please review their platform and vote Miller-Smith at vote.psu.edu!

The Honors students are, I bet, more likely to vote tomorrow than the typical Penn State student, making them an important groups to target.

As for other organizations, the Collegian and the IFC endorsed Keirans, while the Lion Ambassadors and Ranibow Roundtable endorsed Miller. Onward State is not endorsing a candidate this year.

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