With no outstanding complaints or UNC Student Supreme Court injunctions, the two candidates are proceeding with their campaign plans.
“We’re very excited to have this extra week to campaign for the runoff election,” Adkins said.
“We’re really looking at it as an opportunity to just be able to engage with more and more students and be able to interact with them and explain to them our policies...”
Grier said he wanted to use this week to continue to spread his campaign message.
“Honestly, I think the most important thing is to just stay focused on the mission and the things that we, my campaign and myself, that I want to promote that should be the culture here on campus which is love,” he said.
In planning for the week, Adkins said she was planning on meeting student groups she wasn’t able to meet with before.
“So hopefully we’ll be able to use this week as an opportunity to continue to meet with them and spread our ideas and talk with them,” she said.
Grier said he doesn’t have concrete plans for the next week.
“Things are ever-changing,” he said. “So it’s very difficult, especially you know in an election or a campaign, to say this is what we’re going to do and this is going to be the outcome because you never know what the next challenge is going to be.”