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Unofficial CSA Bi-Elections results in!

Monday, October 3, 2011

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Written by Stephanie Rennie

Voters elected Communications and Corporate Affairs Commissioner for the 2011-2012 school year and one representative for the CSA Board of Directors, the second seat fell short of reaching quorum.

Students at the University of Guelph cast their ballots through their Gryph Mail between September 28th - 30th.

The four candidates competing for votes to become the Communications and Corporate Affairs Commissioner were Ali Zaki, Kara Bonis, Zach Dadson and Drew Garvie.

Drew Garvie received the most votes by far, granting him the title of Communications and Corporate Affairs Commissioner.

Students from the Ontario Agriculture College and College of Management and Economics were also given the opportunity to vote for a candidate to represent their college on the CSA Board of Directors.

Anthony Blurton-Jones ran unopposed for At Large Representative for the OAC (Ontario Agriculture College). Students of the OAC chose Anthony to serve as the OAC representative on the Board of Directors.

CME students were also voting for representation from their college on the CSA Board of Directors. Afra Mehwish ran unopposed for the position but failed to meet the mandatory 10% quorum, leaving the seat unfilled.

The results of the CSA Bi-Elections remain un-official until after the ratification by the CSA Board of Directors, Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Unofficial Bi-Election Results

Communications and Corporate Affairs Commissioner

Kara Bonis                  335

Zach Dadson               461

Drew Garvie             1924

Ali Zaki                       269

 

College of Management and Economics (1 seat available, did not reach quorum)

Yes                              191

No                               60

Decline                        29

Ontario Agriculture College (1 seat available)

Yes                              256

No                               32

Decline                        34

 

 

 

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