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"How is Kayli going to be class president if she won't disclose the contents of her lunchbox? How much chocolate is she hiding?"
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'I know you were elected class president...'
"I would like to run for class president but the vetting process might disclose that I faked sleep during nap time in pre-school."
'I'd like to run for class president but I'm afraid of the background check. I once faked sleep during nap time in pre school.'
'I'm sorry to disappoint you Rodney. Being elected class president does not mean you get your own corporate jet.'
"I'm running for class president. They're going to run a background check on you."
'I would love to run for class president, but I'm concerned about the vetting process. I once faked sleep during nap time in pre-school.'
'I'd like to run for class president but I don't want to put my family through a background check.'
"He's my running mate."
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"I got elected class president. I guess this means I'll be playing golf every weekend."
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As a budding poltician, Billy saw the need to capture the all-important swing vote."
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"I was nominated to be class president but I dread the confirmation hearings. I hope they don't bring up my questionable behavior in pre-school."
"Bad news. The press got a hold of your kindergarten paste eating scandal."
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"What's your position on Brussels Sprouts in the lunch line?"
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"Bad news! They hacked Santa's computer and you're on the naughty list!"
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With no clear winner, the 7th grade Class President debate came down to a tie breaker.
'I'm running for student council president. Would you care to donate to my superpac?'
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"There are rumours circulating around the school that the Russian exchange student helped you to become class president."
"You BARFED back in second grade! What other skeletons are there in your closet??"
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'I'm so proud of Trevor for getting an early start on his negative campaign for Student Council.'
'I didn't run for class president because I was unsure if your credit rating could stand the scrutiny.'
'Your poll numbers were great during recess, but voter apathy at nap time cost you the election.'
'I demand diplomatic immunity... I'm class president.'
'If I'm elected class president, can I overrule the teacher?'
'I'm considering a run for class president. Do we have any skeletons in our closet I should first know about?'