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Commissioner Confirms: Election Hearings Public

UPUA Elections Commissioner Dustin Dove confirmed that the Board of Arbitration hearings regarding the candidacies of the Adewumi-Prisupati and Grimes-Wentz tickets will be public, contrary to the wishes of Adewumi.

A date hasn’t been set yet, but all parties are apparently trying to get something scheduled for as early in the week as possible– campaign starts tomorrow morning at 7:00 am.

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