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Spring 2018 student body election results

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Student Body Election Results

Students gathered in Academic Plaza Friday night as Election Commissioner Paige Rigsby stood on top of the Sul Ross statue to announce the results of the Spring 2018 student body elections.
A total of 15,363 votes were cast. After the announcement of the winners for each position, the full unofficial results were made available online. Results will be certified Feb. 25, according to the Election Commission’s student body election calendar.
Amy Sharp was elected 2018-2019 student body president, with Harrison Hancock and Michael Zimmerman coming in second and third, respectively.
Candidates from 5 for Yell swept the Yell Leader elections for the third straight year. Blake Jones, Gavin Suel and Connor Joseph will serve as Senior Yell Leaders. Reid Williams and Karsten Lowe will serve as Junior Yell Leaders.
Mechanical engineering senior Jeff Zhao launched a write-in campaign for student body president through the popular facebook page he manages, “Aggie Memes for Redass Teens.” Zhao received 1,168 first-preference votes for SBP and was written in at least once for every other position, ultimately winning one of the 31 off-campus senator seats.
The following is a full list of students elected to other positions within the student body:
Resident Housing Association President:

  • Bria Perkins, general studies junior

Class of 2021 President:

  • Jake Traylor, business administration freshman

Class of 2020 President:

  • Patrick Hernandez, biomedical sciences sophomore

Class of 2019 President:

  • Andrea Flores, ag comm and journalism junior
  • Connor Joseph, ag economics junior
  • Jackson Maples, finance junior
  • Helena Shakesby, international studies junior
  • Armando Vendrell-Velez, international studies junior
  • Anna Church, industrial engineering junior

Student Senators
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

  • Shane Benke, agribusiness sophomore
  • Trey Elizondo, ag science junior
  • Regan McGui, animal science freshman
  • Bailey Scogin, plant and soil science sophomore
  • Lindsey Uhlik, university studies sophomore

College of Architecture

  • Tamara Monroy, environmental design sophomore
  • F. Andrew Quintana, construction science sophomore

Mays School of Business

  • Mathew Walther, business honors sophomore
  • Steven Mancias, business honors freshman
  • Darby Ramsdell, accounting sophomore
  • Shivam Gupta, finance sophomore

College of Geosciences

  • Jack Bednarz, meteorology sophomore
  • Joel Salazar, meteorology junior

College of Education

  • Breiana DeGrate, human resource development sophomore
  • Alejandra Moreno, kinesiology junior
  • Karina Wilson, kinesiology graduate student
  • Samantha Siegel, health senior
  • Keanna Lavine, interdisciplinary studies freshman
  • Roman Macias, technology management sophomore

Dwight Look College of Engineering

  • Calixto Ignacio Diaz Albornoz, industrial engineering junior
  • Luis Moreno, industrial engineering senior
  • Mitchell Parker, industrial engineering senior
  • Jacob Powell, general engineering sophomore
  • Clarissa Rodriguez, general engineering freshman
  • Adel Quntar, chemical engineering senior
  • Ahmed Harhara, chemical engineering graduate student
  • Thomas Cochran, mechanical engineering sophomore
  • Kim An Tran, general engineering sophomore

College of Science

  • Josiah Day, chemistry junior
  • Christian Castellanos, applied mathematical sciences
  • Nick Shafer, applied mathematical science junior

Transition Academic Programs

  • Ryan Carlson, Blinn Team sophomore
  • Abigail Brenneman, biology freshman

College of Vet Med and Biomedical Sciences Senator

  • Cassidy Weeks, biomedical sciences senior
  • Adriana Bibeau, biomedical science junior

College of Liberal Arts Senator

  • Ashali Chimata, international studies senior
  • Wes Fisher, political science sophomore
  • Perla Lopez, political science junior
  • Erica Pauls, political science freshman
  • Kaylyn Roberts, political science senior
  • Regan Thompson, political science sophomore

Non-Corps On-Campus Senator

  • Jett Black, petroleum engineering junior
  • John Musolf, finance senior

Corps of Cadets Senator

  • Jackson Maples, finance senior
  • Caleb Zuniga, Blinn Team freshman

Off-Campus Senator

  • Tate Banks, computer science junior
  • Benjamin Barnhart, finance senior
  • Evan Berger, ag leadership and development freshman
  • Jenna Carter, Blinn Team sophomore
  • Chris Casey, political science senior
  • Jonathan Collard, business administration sophomore
  • Zane Deupree, economics junior
  • Colton English, political science sophomore
  • Montgomery Gano, agricultural economics sophomore
  • Ethan Gleberman, business honors junior
  • Trace Goulter, management senior
  • Zach Huebschman, political science senior
  • Connor Hull, finance senior
  • Olivia Krog, economics senior
  • Colton Mandel, business administration
  • Dawson Grey Martin, political science sophomore
  • Janelle Bianca Mendoza, political science sophomore
  • Eric Mendoza, Blinn Team sophomore
  • Gabriel Nambila, geographic info system & technology junior
  • Oscar A Nava, economics senior
  • Jack Oldham, supply chain management sophomore
  • Kyler Joe Palmer, agricultural economics sophomore
  • Beverly Popoola, political science freshman
  • Jerry Ramirez, economics senior
  • Juan M. Reyes Jr., finance senior
  • Masrur Reza, sophomore in the Engineering Academy at Blinn
  • Ruben Tillman Jr., political science sophomore
  • Matthew Vitacca, animal science junior
  • Sam Walter, business administration sophomore
  • Landyn Young, agricultural economics sophomore
  • Jeff Zhao, mechanical engineering senior
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