Student Government announced the results of this year’s election at their Election Reveal Party in Talley Student Union, and a runoff election between Timothy Reid/Allison Markert and Nina Kudlak/Will Vuncannon will be held to determine student body president and vice president.
Runoffs are held when none of the student body tickets win over 50% of votes in the initial election. Reid/Markert won 35.4% of votes and Kudlak Vuncannon won 23.5% of votes. The runoff election will take place on Thursday, March 9 from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. through the Get Involved website.
Seats were available for the 103rd session student body officer and Student Senate positions. All of the student body officer races were uncontested with the exception of the race for student body president and student body vice president.
Stephen McGuinness, a third-year studying biological sciences and polymer and color chemistry, was elected student senate president. Evan Martino, a second-year studying general agriculture, was elected student body treasurer.
The races for Senate seats in the College of Education, College of Engineering and College of Humanities and Social Sciences were contested.
Listed below are the winning candidates of the Student Senate elections.
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences:
College of Sciences:
Zainab Abdul Aleem
College of Education:
College of Engineering:
College of Humanities and Social Sciences:
Aisha Abdul Aleem
Summer Vayel Wheeler
Poole College of Management:
Wilson College of Textiles:
Graduate and Lifelong Education:
Division of Academic and Student Affairs:
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