UNH Student Senate removes candidates from ballot over fundraising, rules violations
A lot of the school is already helping Hill, with several student organizations endorsing him for president. It is unclear as to whether or not they can still officially endorse a person who is not on the ballot, but Hill intends on still looking for more endorsements. As the April 17 and 18 election dates draw closer, Hill is just looking to spread the word to students that he is still a viable candidate. He believes that being removed from the ballot is an injustice and he wants people to realize that.
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