Meet the 2013 ASMSU presidential and vice-presidential candidates



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As the ASMSU presidential candidates prepare for their primary debate on Wednesday, Feb. 20 at noon, Exponent news reporter Nicole Duggan sat down, in-person, with the eight ASMSU presidential and vice-presidential candidates last week. To access the interviews, select the candidates’ names, and you will be led to their responses.

The first candidate pair is Teelan Durham and Keeley Coate. Durham, running for president, is a junior from Ennis, Mont. studying community health. Coate, running for vice-president, is a freshman from Hawaii studying exercise science.  View their interview here.

The second candidate pair is Lindsay Murdock and Lukas Smith. Murdock, running for president, is a junior from Maryland studying sociology. Smith, running for vice-president, is a freshman from Washington whose major is currently undecided. View their interview here.

The third candidate pair is Dillon Haskell and Stephen Rowe.
Haskell, running for president, is a junior from Park City, Mont. studying business finance. Rowe, running for vice-president, is a sophomore from Billings, Mont., studying political science with a computer science minor. View their interview here.

The final candidate pair is Andrew Wilson and David McKay.
Wilson, running for president, is a junior from Kalispell, Mont. studying computer science. McKay, running for vice-president, is a junior from Great Falls, Mont. studying civil engineering. View their interview here.

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