WSA class representative election results

WSA elections closed last night at midnight. Here are the results:

Class of ’09 Representatives

  • Chris Goy (109)
  • Justin LaSelva (105)
  • Candace Buckner (88)
  • Patrick Lee (79)
  • Chris Choi (67)

There were a total of 603 votes cast. Travis Helterline received 61 votes, Giant Joint received 37 votes, and other write-in candidates received a total of 57 votes.

Class of ’10 Representatives

  • Becky Weiss (157)
  • Liana Woskie (132)
  • Morgan-Marie McCray (109)
  • Michelle Garcia (81)
  • Vickie Wing Yee Cheng (79)
  • Jeffrey Stein (79)

There were a total of 836 votes cast. Giant Joint received 49 votes, Mytheos Holt received 41 votes, and other write-in candidates received a total of 109 votes.

Stein and Cheng are tied with 79 votes each; I’m awaiting word from the WSA on what happens now, and will update this when I get a response.

UPDATE: Via Elections Coordinator Izaak Orlansky ’08:

Due to the unusual nature of the tie, the Elections Committee has decided to award both Vickie and Jeff seats. In order to account for the extra seat, we will have one less at-large seat available in the fall election.

Class of ’11 Representatives

  • Micah Feiring (181)
  • David Markowitz (162)
  • Bradley Spahn (122)
  • Samantha Pop (109)
  • Jaynice Del Rosario (98)

There were a total of 963 votes cast. Thana-Ashley Charles received 92 votes, Siriwan Luangthanahiran received 85 votes, Giant Joint received 39 votes, and other write-in candidates received a total of 75 votes.

Congratulations to all the candidates!

20 thoughts on “WSA class representative election results

  1. Anonymous

    ugh.. when will the giant joint saga finally lose steam? it’s getting really tiresome.

  2. Anonymous

    ugh.. when will the giant joint saga finally lose steam? it’s getting really tiresome.

  3. Anonymous

    Anon 6:08 – Go back to the voting site and log in again. You can view results. Sam got 41 with his name spelled right, 3 more spelled similar, and a few others way off (or full name). But you can’t really count the others because it could be a double vote from someone who voted for him spelled correctly. Either way, he tied or beat Mytheos.Anon 6:17 – You can vote for more than one. “votes cast” is not the same as “number of voters”

  4. Anonymous

    Anon 6:08 – Go back to the voting site and log in again. You can view results. Sam got 41 with his name spelled right, 3 more spelled similar, and a few others way off (or full name). But you can’t really count the others because it could be a double vote from someone who voted for him spelled correctly. Either way, he tied or beat Mytheos.

    Anon 6:17 – You can vote for more than one. “votes cast” is not the same as “number of voters”

  5. Anonymous

    Were students allowed to vote in class elections other than their own? I’m just wondering how there were so many votes (963 for the class of ’11 alone!)

  6. Anonymous

    Were students allowed to vote in class elections other than their own? I’m just wondering how there were so many votes (963 for the class of ’11 alone!)

  7. Anonymous

    how many did sam bernhardt get? I’d imagine at least as many in his year as Giant Joint

  8. Anonymous

    how many did sam bernhardt get? I’d imagine at least as many in his year as Giant Joint

  9. Anonymous

    You missed some other write-ins of note. Look again at Rising Juniors and Rising Sophomores…

  10. Anonymous

    You missed some other write-ins of note. Look again at Rising Juniors and Rising Sophomores…

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