WSA Election Results In

The voting is over! Mike Pernick ’10 and Saul Carlin ’09 will serve as the Wesleyan Student Assembly’s next President and Vice President, respectively. All polling stations have reported and due to the absence of chads in the election, there will be no need for recounts.


More WSA elections for Class Representatives are happening next week. Five seats will be available for each class year and all candidates have already submitted their petitions. Polls open again on Sunday (4/27) at midnight and will close on Friday (5/2) at midnight. Vote on the WSA Voting Page.

9 thoughts on “WSA Election Results In

  1. Kurose-san

    The first election, as you know, was for President and Vice President.Every Spring there is also an election for Class Representatives who serve year-long terms on various committees of the WSA. There are five reps for each class year.I am not quite sure why it is all broken apart into two elections. My guess is that it is done to provide a chance for those who emerge unsuccessful from the Presidential election to run in the other one. I’m not positive though.

  2. Kurose-san

    The first election, as you know, was for President and Vice President.Every Spring there is also an election for Class Representatives who serve year-long terms on various committees of the WSA. There are five reps for each class year.I am not quite sure why it is all broken apart into two elections. My guess is that it is done to provide a chance for those who emerge unsuccessful from the Presidential election to run in the other one. I’m not positive though.

  3. Kurose-san

    The first election, as you know, was for President and Vice President.

    Every Spring there is also an election for Class Representatives who serve year-long terms on various committees of the WSA. There are five reps for each class year.

    I am not quite sure why it is all broken apart into two elections. My guess is that it is done to provide a chance for those who emerge unsuccessful from the Presidential election to run in the other one. I’m not positive though.

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