Candidates for Texas A&M University Student Body President will face off on campus in a series of debates this month at the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.
The debates will be held Feb. 13 and 23 at 7 p.m., with a run-off debate Feb. 29, if necessary.
Election Commissioner Kyle Jackson said he chose the Bush Library and Museum not only for its significance as a venue, but also because of the “Headed to the White House” exhibit currently on display.
“One of my main goals as election commissioner is to educate the student body on being politically responsible. I hope that the experience gained at the library by both the candidates and the attendees will spur their interest in both the student body and national elections,” Jackson said.
All attendees, candidates and campaign staff will have free access to the Bush Library and Museum’s current exhibit “Headed to the White House” before the start of each debate. For more information about the exhibit go to bushlibrary.tamu.edu/whitehouse.
For more information about the debates go to http://election.tamu.edu/node/34, or contact the Student Government Association Election Commission at (979) 777-6704, or by email at tamuelection(at)gmail(dot)com. Follow the debates live via Twitter by following @tamu_sga.
Media interested in attending or covering the election should contact the Bush Library and Museum’s Marketing and Communications Department at (979) 691-4069/4068, or by email at media(dot)bush(at)nara(dot)gov. For media visitation procedures, photos, bios and more visit our press room at bushlibrary.tamu.edu/information/press_room.php.
The George Bush Presidential Library and Museum at Texas A&M University is part of the National Archives and Records Administration’s Presidential Libraries network. The Bush Library and Museum is a leading research institution, popular area tourist attraction and proud community partner. The museum tells the story of the life and times of George Bush, 41st President of the United States, with emphasis on family, leadership, public service and civic literacy. For more information visit the Bush Library and Museum website at bushlibrary.tamu.edu.