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Student Association at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee Independent Election Commission

Official Results of the 2018 Student Association Elections

 

The Independent Election Commission of the Student Association at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (SA) officially opened the polls to vote on the new 18/19 SA leadership at 12:01am on Tuesday, April 10th, 2018.

In total, 21,464 ballots were sent to students at UWM to invite them to cast their vote. The polls were open until 11:59pm on Thursday, April 12th, 2018. Upon closing, we can confirm that the final results were as follows. The highlighted individuals have been elected to the respective positions for the 2018/2019 academic year:

President

Alyssa Molinski

78%

Adrian Palau-Tejeda

19%

Vice President of Student Affairs

John McCune

94%

Vice President of Academic Affairs

Zen Johnston

92%

At-Large Senators (10 seats available)

Amaya Varela

82%

Liz Papandria

78%

William Paltz

68%

Gabe Rosenthal

68%

Zachary Ziolkowski

63%

Chris Riedel

43%

Academic Senators

Letters & Sciences Senator (3 seats available)

Sam Wisneski

88%

Jake Lucareli

76%

College of Health Sciences

Katie Malek

100%


Helen Bader School of Social Welfare Senator

Courtney Raatz

99%

School of Information Studies

Santiago Moreno-Islas

98%

Advocacy Senators

Non-Traditional Student Advocacy Senator

Jonathan Melcher

97%

Student Organization Advocacy Senator

Joshua Graybow

79%

Emire Sewell 20%


There are still several vacant senate seats available. Students wishing to fill vacant seats can find more information at uwmsa.uwm.edu.

 

The raw data from the elections will be made available upon request. If anyone has any questions or concerns about the elections or results, they should contact the Independent Election Commission through the Contact Us page.