He and his vice-president, Devin Harrison, will serve until May. Harrison will run to succeed Bruno in February.
Back on February 16, 2016 Bruno and Harrison won the positions of SGA president and vice-president by 163 votes. They received 1,366 to the 1,203 votes of the Victor Chrispin/Pernell Mitchell ticket.
Bruno argued that the new election should be limited to Orlando and took his grievance to the Leon County Circuit Court. The court agreed that the new election should only take place in Orlando where voting-day problems were reported. It issued a temporary injunction against a redoing the election process on the Tallahassee campus. But in August the 1st District Court of Appeal later overturned the decision.
SGA officials failed to schedule a new election during Fall 2016. The FAMUan reported that a memorandum by the student electoral commission dated January 11 said it “was notified Thursday, December 1, 2016 to host the New Election.” But there was no longer a ticket to oppose Bruno and Harrison because, according to the Tallahassee Democrat, Chrispin graduated from FAMU.