Davis saw fault with the election process, but he plans to implement his platform as chair of the external affairs committee.
Newly elected MSA president and vice president are tackling getting NARCAN on campus as their first initiative and have plans to start on income sharing agreements and putting the counseling center online by the summer.
The ‘Show Your Stripes’ slate received 120 more votes than ‘All In Mizzou’ in an election that was one day longer than usual.
Candidates, BEC chair say ‘All In Mizzou’ campaign infraction highlights structural issues in MSA election process
The slate said at an MSA committee meeting that the infraction, which involved the alleged use of profanity during campaigning, was the result of an imperfect system.
Solomon Davis spoke on a virtual mental health visit program, while Jennifer Sutterer outlined a program for income-sharing agreements.
The campaign introduced ideas such as an MSA email database and a new bike share system.
The slate hopes to introduce an opioid-overdose antidote to campus and push back against proposed changes to Greek life.
Solomon Davis and Jennifer Sutterer, the two presidential candidates, differentiated on topics such as transportation but generally agreed on student health.
Solomon Davis and Jennifer Sutterer, both of whom are involved in MSA senate, will vie for the office.
If hired, the new vice chair will aid upcoming MSA Senate elections.
BEC announced a Feb. 21 date for its MSA presidential debate, and the MSA senate’s budget committee will consider a bill that would help fund a conference for black pre-law students.