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July 30, 2009 | by  | in News Online Only |
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Ramshackle Results

Here are the official results for the by-election as sent to Salient by the Returning Officer.

Vice-President (Administration)

1. Max Hardy = 225
2. Monica Dunkley = 153

Women’s Rights Officer

1. Caitlin Dunham = 167
2. Tracy Miles = 155
3. Lucy Deane = 122

Activities Officer

1. Guy Williams = 185
2. Mathew Martin = 141
3. Alexis Luck = 97

Environmental Officer

1. Zachary Dorner = 394
2. No Confidence = 131

International Officer

1. Luke Cao = 387
2. No Confidence = 134

Note that even though No Confidence was an option for all candidates on the online ballot—historically the way most votes are cast—they do not factor into the offical count. Salient is currently investigating reported on irregularities.

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  1. JakeQuinn says:

    Who are these people? Why was there a by-election? Why am i commenting when i don’t even care? Why am I here? Why am i still shouting?

  2. uh says:

    what are the no confidence results for the first three positions? or were there none?

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