Lynch seeks spot in student government 

April, 18, 2012
Note: The ticket Lynch supported, Blueprint, lost in this week's runoff.

ATHENS, Ga. -- While his campaign to become Georgia’s starting tight end was in full swing this spring, Arthur Lynch was also campaigning in a more traditional sense.

Lynch aligned himself with the “Blueprint” ticket of John Bowden, Tripp Calloway and Blake Bowden in Georgia’s Student Government Association elections in hopes of winning a student senate seat that is typically occupied by a student-athlete. The “Blueprint” candidates will learn the results of their runoff election against the “Ignite” ticket today at 4:30 p.m. at the Tate Honor Circle.
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