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They say the third time is the charm, which is exactly the case with Leedel Williams.

Last April. Williams was elected into his third Associated Student Government office when City College students chose him over Braxton Lethco.

Williams has served as chief justice, a student senator and now, president of the club; and will be up for reelection in October which would mean another term until June.

“I think Leedel is very passionate and fair when it comes to students. That is a big part of being president,” Justin Turner said, who actually appointed Leedel as chief justice last year when he was president.

Aside from caring about student affairs, the ASG president must also interpret the constitution and rule in both student disciplinary situations, as well as lead senate meetings and approve motions according to City College’s constitution.

“All in all he’s very professional and tries his best to abide by the constitution, the Brown Act and Robert’s Rules of Order. He pays attention to motions and if someone doesn’t say a motion correctly, he asks them to repeat it,” said Angela Miller, chief justice.
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Williams believes that his past experience in other governmental roles within the club have prepared him for his greatest responsibility yet as president this year.

“The president is the chief executive, chief spokesman and chair of the ASG,” Williams said. “The president is responsible for representing the ASG and the students of City College, on school, district, state and federal levels. As chief executive I supervise the ASG in all areas, with the assistance of the adviser.”

Williams says he is working with the bookstore to enact a book rental program to ensure access to all students. He hopes to increase student participation across campus and gain the school exposure on a state level.

“As a friend he is relaxed, funny, courteous, non-judgmental,” Miller said. “He embodies true friendship and is unbiased, even if that isn’t what you want.”

Williams is a English major and likes Percy Jackson.

“Leedel possess a golden heart and cares deeply for those around him,” Moszaba Carter, associated justice said. “He works diligently to ensure that care for friends and acquaintances passes through and covers the student body.”

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