Fall 2011 Election Results

These are final results as of Wednesday, 11/30/2011

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Winning candidates’ names are in bold. Write-in candidates’ names are asterisked (*).

 

First Year Representative to Student Council (4 seats)

  1. Colin Higgins (381)
  2. Mia Akers (299)
  3. Maria Giannopoulos (269)
  4. Devon Maier (257)
  5. Dougie Moss (200)
  6. Kelly Morgan (195)
  7. Will Dehn (176)
  8. Benjamin Agatston (175)
  9. Ellie Eckman (173)
  10. Michelle Gonzalez (145)
  11. Alissa Endres (135)
  12. Emma Crisci (126)
  13. Abby Gadbois (117)
  14. Krystal Mccalvy (105)
  15. Brian Allen (103)
  16. Aidee Guzman (75)
  17. Natalie Hinahara (71)
  18. Houa Vang (69)
  19. Meagan Dexter (67)
  20. Karl Wichman (55)
  21. Sonya Sedegui (48)
  22. Joshua Adams (39)
  23. Brendan Getches (32)
  24. Reuben Sanon (26)
  25. Andrew Bulovsky* (10)

School of Education Representative to Student Council (1 seat)

  1. Natalie Hinahara* (17)
  2. Laura Miscichoski* (11)

 

College of Engineering Representative to Student Council (1 seat)

  1. Richard Rolland (212)
  2. Jordan Shefchik (120)

 

Graduate Student Representative to Student Council (1 seat)

  1. Ziqi Dai (433)
  2. Kevin Walters* (236)

 

College of Letters & Science Representative to Student Council (2 seats)

  1. Andrew Bulovsky* (297)
  2. Erica Symonds* (180)
  3. German Larrain* (54)
  4. David Silberman* (32)
  5. Ben Agatston* (20)
  6. Colin Higgins* (11)
  7. tie: Bryan Englebert* (10)
  8. tie: Mia Akers* (10)
  9. tie: William Easton* (10)

 

Student Services Finance Committee (1 seat)

  1. Ronald Crandall II (919)
  2. Samuel Seering (879)
  3. Richard Rolland (656)
  4. David Silberman (581)
  5. Andrew Bulovsky* (39)
  6. William Easton* (37)
  7. Kevin Walters* (14)

 

Referenda

Article X Section 1

  • Yes (2857)
  • No (1266)

Memorial Union Renovation

  • No (2363)
  • Yes (2340)

 

Voter Demographics

Turnout: 11.3% (4,803 voters out of 42,441 enrolled students for Fall 2011)

 

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