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2006 Spring CCSC Elections Final Results
[almost, still a 24 grace period for losers to cry foul]
Winners in bold


CCSC Executive Board

Evolution … 819 (43%)
Nishant Dixit – President
Bryan Lee – Vice President for Policy
Laura Taranto – Vice President for Campus Life
Anthony Walker – Vice President for Funding
Calvin Sun – Vice President for Communications

Open Columbia … 1107 (57%)
Seth Flaxman – President
Izumi Devalier – Vice President for Policy
Ana Ortiz – Vice President for Campus Life
Sarah Hwang – Vice President for Funding
Andrew Russeth – Vice President for Communications



University Senator – Two Year Term

Tiffany Davis … 1233 (70%)
Gerry Rodriguez … 533 (30%)
Peter Nalli… 1 (0%) (Write in Candidate)

University Senator – One Year Term

David Ali … 1015 (56%)
Yihe (Eric) Wang … 809 (44%)

Student Services Representative (all candidates write-in)

Michael Accordino… 35 (40%)
Brian Leung… 25 (28%)

Mike Stennis… 15 (17%)
Allan Lau… 6 (7%)
Henning Fog… 2 (2%)
Katie Cronin… 1 (1%)
Allie Feldberg… 1 (1%)
Luke Fitzpatrick… 1 (1%)
Mike Nelson… 1 (1%)
Dorian Norton… 1 (1%)

Academic Affairs Representative

Ehizoje Azeke … 634 (37%)
Alidad Damooei … 1060 (63%)

Scholars, Fellows, and Pre-Professional Representative

Allan Lau… 23 (70%)
Michael Accordino… 2 (6%)
Brian Leung… 2 (6%)
Mike Stennis…2 (6%)
Dana Desilius… 1 (3%)
Tim de Swardt… 1 (3%)
Julia Kite… 1 (3%)
Dorian Norton… 1 (3%)

CC 2007 Class President and Vice President

116th Party … 311 (71%)
David Chait – President
Tamara Lee – Vice President

The Opposition Party … 128 (29%)
Cecelia Baum – President
David Zoppo – Vice President

CC 2007 Class Representatives

William Gruzynski – The Opposition Party … 113 (10%)
Tom Lightcap – 116th Party … 233 (21%)
Colleen Myers – 116th Party … 248 (22%)
Ngozi Okoh – 116th Party … 274 (24%)

John Schneider – The Opposition Party … 113 (10%)
Tiffany Ying – The Opposition Party … 143 (13%)

CC 2008 Class President and Vice President

[access] … 382 (58%)
Neda Navab – President
Michelle Diamond – Vice President

The Lions … 275 (42%)
Matt Schoenfeld – President
Lindsey Lazopoulos – Vice President

CC 2008 Class Representatives

Caitlin Hodge – [access] … 322 (19%)
Rahul Jain – [access] … 292 (17%)

JoJo Smith – The Lions … 224 (13%)
Felipe Tarud – [access] … 376 (22%)
Christopher Tortoriello – The Lions … 272 (16%)
Vera Tseylikman – The Lions … 229 (13%)

CC 2009 Class President and Vice President

Flex … 238 (38%)
Jessica Cohen – President
Scott Zaloom – Vice President

Fusion … 351 (56%)
George Krebs – President
Mark Johnson – Vice President

Pants Party … 43 (7%)
Megan Pierce – President
Charlotte Chiang – Vice President

CC 2009 Class Representatives

Gabrielle Apollon – Fusion … 307 (18%)
Emma Gillespie – Pants Party … 83 (5%)
Jennifer Kincaid – Fusion … 279 (16%)
Alexandra Kushner – Flex … 198 (12%)
Joseph Matuk – Pants Party … 65 (4%)
Keith Smith – Pants Party … 50 (3%)
Ian Solsky – Flex … 252 (15%)
Zahrah Taurfique – Fusion … 267 (16%)
Elizabeth Tarras – Flex … 199 (12%)

Voter Turnout: 50.5%….2,057 voters
Class of 2006: 27.5%….275 voters
Class of 2007: 45.0%….459 voters
Class of 2008: 64.9%….674 voters
Class of 2009: 63.8%….649 voters

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17 Comments

  1. Run for the hillls

    We're doomed.

  2. stay put

    what are you talking about Run for the hillls (is the extra l for emphasis?). at least the Core is safe...for now

  3. wait so

    can someone explain the difference between the two parties to me?

  4. hallelujah

    mankind: 1

    schoenfeld smirk: 0

  5. confused

    How did people get to vote for Scholars, Fellows, and Pre-Professional Representative? I didn't see that anywhere on my ballot.

    • voter

      "d by hallelujah: [6] [reply]



      mankind: 1

      schoenfeld smirk: 0



      Posted by confused: [7] [reply] How did people get to vote for Scholars, Fellows, and Pre-Professional Representative" ~ I think you could request a paper ballot at the voting booth to vote for a write-in candidate, because no one decided to run for this position before the deadline to declare candidacy.

  6. Spec Headline Writer

    Stop the presses!



    EVOLUTION LOSES

    Creationists celebrate victory on the street

    Dubya: "Boom-Shack-a-Lacka"

  7. CC 2008

    i just love how matt cheated, harassing people in line, and still lost.

  8. CC 2008 2

    i don't understand, how did he get those votes at all? was it just lazopolos's boobs? do people actually like him? how?

  9. gadz

    It's amusing how some people got votes on multiple write-in positions -- people couldn't even remember what they were running for.



    It'd be hilarious if someone won two write-in positions.

  10. anonymous

    why does everyone hate schoenfeld?

  11. apparently

    he is what lazopoulos has two of

  12. anonymous

    and why is everyone obsessed with that woman's breasts?

  13. now THAT'LL be the day...

    everyone = bwog readers

  14. To be fair...

    they did figure pretty prominantly in the Lions Party's campaign posters.

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