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2017 VUWSA ELECTION RESULTS

The results for the 2017 VUWSA Elections have been announced (winners are bolded):

 

President

Marlon Drake — 1920

Name Larson Atkins — 821

Total — 2741

 

Academic Vice-President

Simran Rughani — 2095

Hassan Tariq — 596

Total — 2691

 

Welfare Vice-President

Bethany Paterson — 2063

Summer Wick-Featonby — 623

Total — 2686

 

Engagement Vice-President

Tamatha Paul — 1787 

Sarah Auld — 875

Total — 2662

 

Treasurer-Secretary

Jack Donovan — 1001

Brittany Neal — 836

Finn O’Connor — 813

Total — 2650

 

Education Officer

Sarah Yzendoorn — 1660

Mattias Tolhurst — 978

Total — 2638

 

Wellbeing and Sustainability Officer

Eleanor Hughes — 1932

Summer Wick-Featonby — 716

Total — 2648

 

Equity Officer

Paddy Miller — 2097

Summer Wick-Featonby — 554

Total — 2651

 

Clubs and Activities Officer

Connor Macleod — 1826

Lars Thompson — 846

Total — 2672

 

Campaigns Officer

Geo Robrigado — 2344

No Confidence — 310

Total — 2654

 

These results were announced at 5.00pm on October 13. Voting was open from October 10, 9.00am until October 13, 4.00pm. The closing date was originally  October 12 but this was extended after some technical issues. The results are preliminary pending any disputes or complaints.

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