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Class council election results for seniors and first years

September 22, 2018

In an email to the Orient Saturday night, Vice President for Bowdoin Student Government Affairs Amber Rock ’19 announced the results of the class council elections for the senior and first-year classes. In total, 260 seniors voted—approximately 53 percent of the class, although not all voters voted in all of the contests. The elections for vice president and treasurer were uncontested. Among first years, 388 students—approximately 75 percent of the class—voted. All of the contests had at least two candidates.

Voting in both elections had opened at 8 a.m. Friday morning and closed at 8 p.m. Saturday night.

President—Class of 2019
Henry Bredar: 125—Winner
Janna Singh: 71
Jono Harrison: 64

Vice President—Class of 2019
Raquel Santizo: 218—Winner

Programming Director—Class of 2019
Kiraney Loving: 155—Winner
Carlie Rutan: 105

Treasurer—Class of 2019
Theo Christian: 223—Winner

President—Class of 2022
Wilder Fray Short: 106—Winner
Troy Green Jr.: 85
Conger Zhang: 66
Lucas Johnson: 45
George Marin: 45
Aaliyah Biondo: 41

Vice President—Class of 2022
Steven Xu: 75—Winner
Blaine Stevens: 71
Augie Rice: 67
Carlos Campos: 52
Lucy Noel: 49
Thomas Hornbeck: 39
Maeve Colarusso: 35

Programming Director—Class of 2022
Grace Lee: 278—Winner
Tyler Diaz: 110

Treasurer—Class of 2022 
Max Freeman: 132—Winner
Thomas Daley: 107
Maynor Loaisiga: 77
Michelle Luan: 72

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