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ESC Election Results

...Are In!

…Are In!

You’ve been voting these past few days, and now the results are in for the 2013-2014 ESC Board. Though many races were uncontested, candidates for VP of Communications, 2014 President, and class representatives faced close races. See the results below:

Executive Board

Siddhant Bhatt (President)
Tanya Shah (VP Policy)
Jillian Ross (VP Communications)
Brian Wu (VP Finance)
Rushal Rege (VP Student Life)

Class of 2014 Council

Daniel O’Leary (President)
Caroline Taylor (Vice President)
Linda Sun (Class Representative)
Andrew Gonzalez (Class Representative)

Class of 2015 Council

Joshua Boggs (President)
Shensi Ding (Vice President)
Maria Balsinde (Class Representative)
Gilbert Feig (Class Representative)

Class of 2016 Council

Michelle Lee (President)
Caroline Park (Vice President)
Abdulrahman (Sam) Khoshaim (Class Representative)
Chloe Blanchard (Class Representative)

Academic Affairs Representative

Robert Ying

Professional Development & Alumni Affairs Representative

Janiel Li

Student Services Representative

Jerry Sun

CCSC Liaison

Vishnu Kalugotla

GSSC Liaison

Manali Yavatkar

SGA Liaison

Jason Kang
Sustainability Liaison
Malini Nambiar
Director of Technology
Vanshil Shah
ESC Student Choice Professor & Administrator Awards:
Professor: Kristin Myers, Assistant Professor, Mechanical Engineering
Administrator: Kevin Shollenberger, Dean of Student Affairs
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24 Comments

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Too many asians.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous Matt comes off as a jerk and abrasive…politics is also about personality kid

    1. whatever says:

      @whatever Well at least he accomplished stuff in stuco. There’s actual concrete evidence of all the hard work he’s put in. It’s just a shame that all we have now are empty and vague promises. I hope Matt runs again in the future.

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous @whatever: …stay mad. there are many hard working people in council just look at the P/F. and you don’t have to be council to make a difference bro.

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous why does chloe blanchard have so many friends? who is she? she seems like a normal girl, not a celebrity… did she just whore out friend requests to 5k people? still impressive though

    1. maybe? says:

      @maybe? Was Chloe the girl who promised that she would get people Google Docs for Lionmail because she lived close to Google and could go talk to them? I remember someone in the candidate videos for last year’s elections promising that.

  • Anon says:

    @Anon I didn’t vote for Matthew Sheridan because he came off as an asshole. Even though he may not be one in real life, that’s how he portrayed himself in my eyes (and apparently the eyes of others) on the internet…

    1. Zach says:

      @Zach I know Matt Sheridan, he’s not an asshole…he’s a genuinely motivated kid who wants to effect positive change here

      1. Anon says:

        @Anon that’s great. more power to him. but next time he should work on his people skills on social media sites because this time around they were no bueno.

        1. Anonymous says:

          @Anonymous Maybe if someone hadn’t stated blatantly wrong/dishonest facts about themselves he wouldn’t have needed to come off as such an asshole. Go get informed.

  • Leah Metcalf says:

    @Leah Metcalf Congrats, everyone!

  • SEAS '14 says:

    @SEAS '14 I am excited that Sidd Bhatt will lead ESC!! He’s the man!!

  • Anon says:

    @Anon Who is Sam Skhosaim?

  • Anonymous says:

    @Anonymous yes Pset150! this new year will be great!!

  • CC says:

    @CC Really sad to see that Matt Sheridan didn’t get VP Comm. The kid has dedication and passion, though, and I’m sure will find an amazing way to have an impact on this campus.

    1. Matthew Sheridan says:

      @Matthew Sheridan Damn Straight!!!!

      1. Anonymous says:

        @Anonymous I’m sure Matt would have been a very good VP. He has a refreshing honesty and intelligence.

    2. Anonymous says:

      @Anonymous I also agree that Matt is very dedicated and passionate, and that’s something we definitely need in student government. However, while his straightshooting style can be direct and powerful, sometimes it comes off as negative and makes him difficult to work with. As someone who admires his drive and commitment to student government, I think that if he just works on this, he could eventually become ESC president.

      1. Tis a pity says:

        @Tis a pity Tis a pity that Matt Sheridan didn’t get elected. He has such drive and passion. It will be great to see how far he goes. A truly upstanding member of our community!

        1. disappointed says:

          @disappointed I bet Matt doesn’t take the elevator to the third floor.

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