CCSC’s election results are the first in and largely favor CU on Houseparty!. This post will be updated to reflect the results of other student council elections as they are released.
CCSC: Polls were open last week, closing on April 24th at 4 pm. The results are as follows:
President: Joon Baek (CU on Houseparty!) with 54.27% of the vote*
VP of Policy: Rads Mehta (CU on Houseparty!) with 54.27% of the vote*
VP of Finance: Emma James (CU on Houseparty!) with 47% of the vote
VP of Campus Life: Justin Rossman (CU on Houseparty!) with 35.55% of the vote
VP of Communications: Krishna Menon (CU Soon) with 51.85% of the vote
*President and VP Policy were voted on together
SGA: Voting for SGA’s executive board was extended through May 1. The election results were announced to students by email on May 1st at 3:05 pm.
President: Tirzah Anderson
VP for Policy: Emily Ndiokho
VP for Campus Life: Flosha Diliena Liyana Saran
VP for Communications: Jasmin Torres Piñon
VP of Equity: Solace Mensah-Narh
VP for Finance: Danielle Hopkins
485 students (18.5% of the Barnard student population) voted in this election. The voting period was extended from last Friday, April 24th to May 1st at noon. According to an email sent by the SGA Elections Commission, only about 10% of the student body voted as of last Friday so the Commission decided to extend voting to today.
GSSC: Polls were open last week, and the General Studies Election Commission announced the results on April 23rd. The results are as follows:
President: Jane Jeong with 58.39% of the vote
VP of Policy: Serengeti Timungwa with 60% of the vote
VP of Communication: Paola (Pao) Duran with 41.83% of the vote
VP of Campus Life: Ohad Klopman with 52.87% of the vote
Senior Class President: Safia Southey with 67.58% of the vote
JTS Representative: Jesse Miller with 39.77% of the vote
Veteran Students Representative: Anthony Costanzo with 45.05% of the vote
University Senator: Jeremy Wahl with 38.62% of the vote
VP of Finance, Senior Class Vice President, and International Students Representative had no candidates during the established election and will be referred to the incoming board for special election or appointment.
ESC: ESC will be holding all elections for student government positions in Fall 2020.
Editor’s note, 4/27/20, 9:45pm: This article has been updated with the results of the GSSC election.
Editor’s note, 5/1/20, 3:15 pm: This article has been further updated with the results of the SGA election.
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