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Spring 2020 General Election | official results

Spring 2020 General Election (Type: stv)

This election was closed 14 days ago

Student Body President

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Govind Menon and Emma Cohron 763 (-6.0%) 57.02%
Kendra Adegbesan and Alejandro Garces 589 (-0.0%) 41.36%
Evan Feder 1 0.07%
Joseph Wood 0 0.00%
Matthew Henderson 0 0.00%
Grant Glazier 0 0.00%
Gavin Deiss 0 0.00%
Chris Huynh 0 0.00%
Max Nitke 0 0.00%
Logan Snow 0 0.00%
Noah Halloran 0 0.00%
David Baratt 0 0.00%
Benjamin Johnson-staub 0 0.00%
Adam Quinn 0 0.00%
Goran Goran 0 0.00%
Aaron Satyanarayana and Charles Mansfield 0 0.00%
Leo Sweeney 0 0.00%
Quinn Murray 0 0.00%
Zeke Maroclo-kemmerling 0 (-0.0%) 0.00%
Jeffrey Ko and Carrie Haney 0 (-0.0%) 0.00%
Ruben Sriskanda 0 0.00%
Wuwen Wang 0 0.00%
Weishan Wang 0 0.00%
Yaru Li 0 0.00%
Emmett Donlon 0 0.00%
Wonhee Han 0 0.00%
Mark Canavan 0 0.00%
Rebecca Stevens 0 0.00%
Parikshith Radhakrishnan 0 0.00%
Eric Moore 0 0.00%
George Brown 0 0.00%
No Confidence 22 1.54%

Student Body Vice President for Finance

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Keshav Narayan 817 (-0.0%) 70.07%
Joseph Glanzberg 328 (-0.0%) 28.13%
Joseph Wood 1 0.09%
Max Nitke 1 0.09%
Ana Sabater 1 0.09%
Sakshi Roongta 1 0.09%
Eric Wan 1 0.09%
Wuwen Wang 1 0.09%
Grace Chen 1 0.09%
Eric Li 0 0.00%
Evan Feder 0 0.00%
David Landi 0 0.00%
David Baratt 0 0.00%
Teddy Warner 0 0.00%
Yaru Li 0 0.00%
Qiyuan Zhang 0 0.00%
Emmett Donlon 0 0.00%
Mark Canavan 0 0.00%
Anirban Chowdhury 0 0.00%
No Confidence 14 1.20%

Student Body Vice President for Organizations

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Imran Hyder 903 (-0.0%) 96.78%
Evan Feder 0 0.00%
David Baratt 0 0.00%
Joseph Wood 0 0.00%
Henry Yi 0 0.00%
Cole Fayemi 0 0.00%
Nadia Susanto 0 0.00%
Weishan Wang 0 0.00%
Wuwen Wang 0 0.00%
Ethan Rich 0 (-0.0%) 0.00%
Gialon Kasha 0 0.00%
No Confidence 30 3.22%

CIT Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 12)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
David Cohen 51 (-0.0%) 13.94%
Kumar Darsh 48 (-0.0%) 13.23%
Joseph Brauch 43 (-0.0%) 11.76%
Iris Pan 42 (-0.0%) 11.48%
Prithu Pareek 38 (-0.0%) 10.39%
Audrey Young 37 (-0.0%) 10.25%
Fernanda Wenzel 36 (-0.0%) 9.84%
Sun a Cho 26 (-0.0%) 6.98%
Andrew Burns 23 (-0.0%) 6.41%
Joseph Wood 10 2.60%
Lucian Montgomery 2 0.55%
Kalee Rozylowicz 1 0.27%
Vincent Liu 1 0.27%
Jackie Godinez 1 0.27%
Daniel Scher 1 0.27%
No Confidence 5 1.37%

MCS Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 6)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Victoria Liu 31 (-0.0%) 28.33%
Kimberly Bonhomme 28 (-0.0%) 25.58%
Reanna Conway 23 (-0.0%) 21.02%
Mythili Korimilli 22 (-0.0%) 20.10%
Zeke Maroclo-kemmerling 2 2.23%
Aj Druck 2 1.83%
Venkat Gella 1 0.91%
Neha Gupta 0 0.00%
Naren Karur 0 0.00%
No Confidence 0 0.00%

CFA Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 7)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Mary emily Landers 53 (-0.0%) 50.83%
Julia Steinweh-adler 26 (-0.0%) 24.94%
Ye lim Kim 24 (-0.0%) 23.02%
Emmett Donlon 1 0.48%
No Confidence 0 0.00%

TSB Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 4)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Mae Yeakel 2 8.33%
Yamini Nalla 2 8.33%
Pridhvi Vegesna 2 8.33%
Amy Park 2 8.33%
Benjamin Ash 2 8.33%
Aaron Silverstein 2 8.33%
Nitin Sivamurugan 1 4.17%
Sarah Yae 1 4.17%
Dylan Portelli 1 4.17%
Sunny Su 1 4.17%
Lily Shan 1 4.17%
Max Nitke 1 4.17%
Steven Han 1 4.17%
Alyssa Song 1 4.17%
Emma Yukevich 1 4.17%
Jamie Liu 1 4.17%
Wenyi Zhu 1 4.17%
Anthony Prestigiacomo 1 4.17%
Ben Steinberg 0 0.00%
Roshini Sriram 0 0.00%
Daniel Levit 0 0.00%
No Confidence 0 0.00%

DC Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 10)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Renee Nikolov 50 (-0.0%) 16.49%
Emily Dubois 44 (-0.0%) 14.41%
Diana Crookston 41 (-0.0%) 13.53%
Erin Park 41 (-0.0%) 13.42%
Navid Mamoon 32 (-0.0%) 10.56%
Colby Yu 30 (-0.0%) 9.90%
Kayla Griffin 29 (-0.0%) 9.57%
Alex Ching 28 (-0.0%) 9.24%
Jacob Meyers 5 1.49%
George Vlastarakis 1 0.33%
No Confidence 3 0.99%

SCS Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 6)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Pranav Kumar 75 (-0.0%) 33.90%
James Gallicchio 33 (-0.0%) 14.92%
Clara Wang 32 (-0.0%) 14.46%
Proteeti Sinha 29 (-0.0%) 13.25%
Zahra Ahmad 27 (-0.0%) 12.20%
Gabriel Rasskin 23 (-0.0%) 10.18%
Bill Qin 1 0.28%
Emmanuel Eppinger 0 0.07%
No Confidence 1 0.45%

BXA/SHS Undergraduate Senators (Seats: 2)

Note: This result is calculated from the final transfer of votes. The independent elections board examined the results of the election and eliminated the candidates with the least number of votes, transferring the single vote of all those who voted for those candidates to their next choice as indicated on their ballots. The winning candidate(s) you see here were ranked by voters the highest on their ballot after losing candidates were eliminated. For Undergraduate Senate seats, winners were determined and fractional votes were redistributed according to the senate bylaws.

candidate votes (penalties) %
Teddy Warner 25 (-0.0%) 62.50%
Liam O'Connell 15 (-0.0%) 37.50%
No Confidence 0 0.00%

Election Statistics

statistics
total voters 1684/12358 13.63%
   graduate 153/6074 2.52%
   undergraduate 1531/6284 24.36%