Nicole Stone/Assistant News Director
The preliminary winners of the SGA elections have been announced but the official results will not be available until Friday, April 13.
The results were announced at the Graham Center Pit on Friday, April 6, by Larry Lunsford, vice president of student affairs.
The preliminary results for the Student Government Council at the Modesto Maidique campus were Jose Sirven winning president with Sabrina Rosell as vice president.
The preliminary results for the Student Government Council at the Biscayne Bay campus were Jefferson Noel winning president and Jonathan Espino winning vice president.
Both presidential candidates ran an uncontested race.
These preliminary results are not official because Article VI states that sufficient time must be alloted between the preliminary announcement and the official announcement to allow for the filing and resolution of any grievances.
Additionally, a tie occurred for the second seat allocated for the Housing SGC-MMC senator position. A runoff election will take place in two weeks between the two candidates, Victoria Larson and Emoni McGregor. The first seat went to Matthew Beck.
The official announcement, according to Lunsford, will be made online on Friday, April 13 at noon.
Here’s the list of all preliminary winners:
President: Jefferson Noel
Vice President: Jonathan Espino
Lower Division: Stefano Carl Selorio
Upper Division: Xin Wang
Housing: Ruyu Hua
Hospitality and Tourism Management: Chelsea De Silva, Jiaqi Chen
Communication + Journalism: Leo Cosio
CASE: John Habib
President: Jose Sirven
Vice President: Sabrina Rosell
Communication, Architecture and the Arts Senator: Melanie Rodriguez
Public Health & Social Work Senator: Bertha Vera
Nursing & Health Sciences Senators: Betsy Batista, Peter Hernandez
International & Public Affairs Senators: Daniel Beltran, Samuel Santos, Luis Suarez
Engineering and Computing Senators: Jai Jethani, Danny De Leon
Business Administration Senators: Samuel Hernandez, Dimitri Lampru, Trevor Holden
Graduate Student Senators: Mitra Ahmadinejad, Leila Zahedi, Nadine Matas
Senators at Large Senators: Rebecca Sanchez, Ariadna Natteri, Tidjan Simpson
Lower Division Senators: Carlos Rivero, Javier Ortiz, Dylan Vulcain, Charles Kelly
Housing Senators: Matthew Beck; Victoria Larson and Emoni McGregor tied so a run off election will be happening in two weeks
Arts, Sciences and Education Senators: Waleskis, Calderon, Brandon Aquino, Antonia Passalacqua, LeChara Pryor, Stacey Alpert, Dustin Duncan, Alejandro Arzola, Jordan Chatman
Honors College Senator: Rose Ingraham