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Thursday, Feb. 28, 2008 11:49 p.m.

General election winners

The Joint Elections Committee released the official results for the Student Association, Program Board and Marvin Center Governing Board on Friday. Almost 4,400 students participated in the general election, according to the JEC.

Student Association President
Vishal Aswani (Junior) – 37.2%
Kevin Kozlowski (Junior) – 30.34%
Ogheneruemu Oyiborhoro (Junior) (write-in) – 22.26%
Tarek Al-Hariri (Sophomore) – 6.38%

SA Executive Vice President
Kyle Boyer (Sophomore) – 53.4%
Edward O’Neil (Sophomore) – 27.29%
Raven Burnett (Freshman) – 14.08%

Columbian College SA Senator, Undergraduate
Julie Bindelglass (Freshman) – 15.26%
Michael Komo (Freshman) – 13.59%
Christopher Pappas (Freshman) – 13.33%
Logan Dobson (Freshman) – 12.16%
Christopher Borchert (Freshman) – 11.7%
Lee Barkalow (Sophomore) – 10.37%
Maury Nolen (Freshman) – 9.68%
Carl Preston Fisher (Freshman) – 7.96%


Columbian College SA Senator, Graduate
Whitney West – 8.7%
Bret Barrowman – 4.35%
Carrie Warrick – 4.35%
Christina Kamrath – 4.35%
Dan Strouse – 4.35%
Heather Allen – 4.35%
Jennica Larrison – 4.35%
Jeremey Streatfeld – 4.35%
Jessica Duane – 4.35%
Josh Lasky – 4.35%
Katherine Katona – 4.35%
Kathyrn Lux – 4.35%
Kyle B. Harper – 4.35%
Lamar A. Thorpe – 4.35%
Matt Gottilla – 4.35%
Matthew Moore – 4.35%
Rachelle Odom – 4.35%
Rich Marttinelli – 4.35%
Shannon Munro – 4.35%
Ted Lynch – 4.35%
Tim Miller – 4.35%
Tom Dermony – 4.35%

Elliott School of International Affairs SA Senator, Undergraduate
Patrick Hanley (Freshman) – 31.92%
Ernesto Apreza (Freshman) – 31.13%
Louis Laverone (Sophomore) – 27.96%
Daniel Bender – 1.06%

Elliott School of International Affairs SA Senator, Graduate
Bianca Garcia – 22.22%
Carolyn French – 11.11%
Colby Wise – 11.11%
Emma Hinds – 11.11%
Joshua Vogel – 11.11%
Patrick J. Walsh – 11.11%
Sarah Magallanes – 11.11%

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences SA Senator, Undergraduate
Andrew Breest (Freshman) – 83.24%
Christina Preddice – 4.32%
Imran Faruqi – 1.08%

School of Engineering and Applied Sciences SA Senator, Graduate
Juan Valquez – 18.75%
Alice Armstrong – 6.25%
Anis Nordin – 6.25%
Barry Leo – 6.25%
Brian Chan – 6.25%
Christian Salm – 6.25%
J.P. Blackford – 6.25%
Jason Schoenbrun – 6.25%
John Wyman – 6.25%
Kartik Bulusu – 6.25%
Martin Smith – 6.25%
Rohit Sharma – 6.25%
William Schneiders – 6.25%
Yash Modi – 6.25%

School of Business SA Senator, Undergraduate
Daniel Preiss (Freshman) – 65.46%

Bryce Holman – 6.51%
Joe Hallahan – 3.44%
JJ Gottschalk – 2.35%
Dave Colin – 1.08%

School of Business SA Senator, Graduate
Jacqueline Le – 42.11%
Chris Headquist – 24.56%

Clay Socha – 3.51%
Justin Bakewell – 3.51%
Amanda Workman – 1.75%
Anant Borole – 1.75%
Ankur Verma – 1.75%
Bob Charles – 1.75%
Bobby D. Flanders, Jr. – 1.75%
Brian Gist – 1.75%
Celeste Berke – 1.75%
Jennifer Helton – 1.75%
Jenny Towns – 1.75%
Jonathan Ladewig – 1.75%
Kenneth Anderson – 1.75%
Michael Gettlin – 1.75%
Micholas L. Pistentis – 1.75%
Traudi Rose – 1.75%
Wynn Heom – 1.75%

School of Public Health and Health Services Senator, Undergraduate
Alison Shawcross – 12.5%
Andrea Zwischenberger – 12.5%
Brittany Tarver – 12.5%
Cissey Ye – 12.5%
Marissa Tonelli – 12.5%
Michaelle Clausen – 12.5%
Pornchanok Kheocha-on – 12.5%
Sarah Feldman – 12.5%

School of Public Health and Health Services Senator, Graduate
Benjamin Finder – 25%
Dan Sinclair – 25%
Valerie Fox – 25%
Veerle Coignez – 25%

Undergraduate-At-Large SA Senator
Rob Lockwood (Junior) – 26.96%
Nick Polk (Freshman) – 29.66%
Shahin Dejbakhsh (Freshman) – 24.94%
Michael Rabinowitz (Freshman) – 12.84%

Graduate-At-Large SA Senator
Arsenio Rodriguez – 210 (32.76%)
Ricardo Pineres – 203 (31.67%)

Clay Socha – 4.06%
Lamar A. Thorpe – 1.87%

College of Professional Studies Senator
Michelle Tanney – 33.33%
Megan Whittemore – 16.67%
Benjamin S. Walsh – 8.33%
Emily Sydnor – 8.33%
Kristin Ford-Glencross – 8.33%
Riley John – 8.33%
Travis Jordan – 8.33%

Graduate School of Education and Human Development Senator

Archie Cubarrubia – 19.05%
Josh Hartman – 9.52%
Adrienne Williams – 9.52%
Ashlie Jones – 4.76%
Brian Sponsler – 4.76%
Ferry Stepancic – 4.76%
Gailda Davis – 4.76%
Jennifer Joslin – 4.76%
Kari Wold – 4.76%
Kristen England – 4.76%
Megan Mozina – 4.76%
Michael Ribar – 4.76%
Sara Gimmy – 4.76%
Scott Filter – 4.76%
Walter Cline – 4.76%

Law School Senator
Arsenio Rodriguez – 16.06%

Ricardo Pineres – 15.26%

Caitlin Kelleher – 3.65%
Luke Wilson – 3.61%
Michael Willams – 3.61%
Ben Richards – 3.21%
Emily Cumberland – 2.41%
Rahul Reddy – 2.41%
Mike Vogel – 2.01%
Darrell Stark – 1.61%
Eric Malis – 4 (1.61%)
Sarah Valerio – 4 (1.61%)
Chris Bruno – 1.2%
Christian A. Washington – 1.2%
Joel Chorny – 1.2%
John Sorrenti – 1.2%

School of Medicine and Health Sciences Senator
J.P. Simon – 27.27%
Mohammed Ali – 18.18%

Brian Jackson – 9.09%
Jeff Lafond – 9.09%
Michael Lawrence Jacobs – 9.09%
Michael Martinez – 9.09%
Sailesh Konda – 9.09%
Zoya Treyster – 9.09%

Program Board Chair
Tiffany Meehan (Sophomore) – 54.42%
Kate Prescott (Junior) – 42.32%

PB Vice Chair

Elissa Davis (Sophomore) – 63.74%
Callie Meserole (Sophomore) – 31.58%

Marvin Center Governing Board Governor, Undergraduate

Melissa Meyer (Junior) – 25.21%
Shayn Prapaisilp (Sophomore) – 22.54%
Ethan Elser (Sophomore) – 22.48%
James Barnes (Sophomore) – 22.31%
Stephen Sciuto – 2.1%

Marvin Center Governing Board Governor, Graduate

Josh Lasky – 4.49%
Mike Vogel – 4.49%

Chris Brooks – 3.37%
Chris Rotella – 3.37%
Caitlin Kelleher – 2.25%
John Sorrenti – 2.25%
J.P. Simon – 2.25%
Lamar Thorpe – 2.25%
Lauren Prease – 2.25%
Rahul Rededey – 2.25%
Ricardo Pineres – 2.25%
Steffen Jacobsen – 2.25%

*Bolding denotes general election winners. Percentages listed are the percent of votes the candidates received. All results are courtesy of the Joint Elections Committee. The results are official, but have not been certified by the JEC.

  • Anon.

    You have 7 people bolded for 6 seats in CCAS.

  • grad school

    what about grad, law, and med seats?

  • Anon2

    Anon can’t count.

  • http://www.gwhatchet.com Andrew Nacin

    It did at one point, and it was fixed.

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