Photos: 2015 Student Association Elections

Updated: March 27, 2015 at 11:39 a.m.

Junior Andie Dowd hugs presidential candidate Ben Pryde after the presidential results were announced. Dowd won this year’s election with with 2,659 votes in a three-candidate field. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor
Junior Andie Dowd hugs presidential candidate Ben Pryde after the results were announced. Dowd won this year’s election with 2,659 votes in a three-candidate field.
Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor

 

Alexandra Puig, vice chair of the Joint Elections Committee, reads election results to students in J street Thursday night. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor
Lisa Rocco, a Center for Student Engagement staff member and the Joint Elections Committee’s adviser, reads election results to students in J Street on Thursday night. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor

 

Charles Spirtos was one of three ESIA-U senators elected Thursday night. Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Photographer
Charles Spirtos was one of three ESIA-U senators elected Thursday night. Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Photographer

 

Students crowded in J Street to hear the results of the SA election. 5,456 students voted in this year’s election, a record number compared to previous years, which have been marked with sub-par turnout for a student body of more than 25,000. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor
Students crowded in J Street to hear the results of the SA election. A total of 5,456 students voted in this year’s election, a record number compared to previous years, which have been marked by sub-par turnout for a student body of more than 25,000. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor

 

Sophomore Thomas Falcigno was one of six CCAS-U senators elected. He will serve his second term as an SA senator starting in May. Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Photographer
Sophomore Thomas Falcigno was one of six CCAS-U senators elected. He will serve his second term as an SA senator starting in May. Jordan McDonald | Hatchet Photographer

 

During his tenure as SA president, this year Nick Gumas successfully completed two major initiatives - creating a peer support program and reducing the costs of internships. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor
During his tenure as SA president this year, Nick Gumas successfully completed two major initiatives – creating a peer-support program and reducing the costs of internships. Desiree Halpern | Contributing Photo Editor

 

This post was updated to reflect the following correction:
In a photo caption, The Hatchet incorrectly identified CSE staff member Lisa Rocco as Alexandra Puig, vice chair of the Joint Elections Committee. We regret this error.

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