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<p>From left: <span id="docs-internal-guid-15ce9b06-4475-bb82-2fa7-21fc2ae1463c"><span>Shayli Patel, running for Student Body vice president, Janae Moodie, running for Student Body president and Chase Werther, running for Student Body treasurer.</span></span></p>

From left: Shayli Patel, running for Student Body vice president, Janae Moodie, running for Student Body president and Chase Werther, running for Student Body treasurer.

This is a developing story. Check back for updates.

The new Challenge Party announced their all-female ticket on Monday night through Facebook.

The executive ticket includes Janae Moodie, running for Student Body president, Shayli Patel, running for Student Body vice president and Chase Werther running for Student Body treasurer.

The party’s formation was announced on Thursday by Moodie to the Alligator. The next day, the party shared its name on Facebook.

Moodie resigned as Senate President Pro-Tempore in the first Senate meeting of the Spring semester and disaffiliated with the party she ran with, Impact Party, according to Alligator archives.

Chase Werther served as one of the leaders of the Gators Matter, Period. movement, according to Alligator archives.

Shayli Patel previously served as the Hume Senator for Summer C 2016, according to Alligator archives and the Senate’s Facebook page.

Contact Christina Morales at cmorales@alligator.org. Follow her on Twitter at @Christina_M18

From left: Shayli Patel, running for Student Body vice president, Janae Moodie, running for Student Body president and Chase Werther, running for Student Body treasurer.

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