Despite the shadow of the coronavirus pandemic this year, 206 people voted in the GSS elections this year. We are so glad to see graduate students participate in the election of their Senators!
We appreciate everyone’s interest in the GSS, and we hope that everyone continues to be involved in GSS activities. Remember that all GSS General Senate meetings are open, and (once the coronavirus pandemic is over) we will also hold social, advocacy, and professional development events! Check out the GSS Calendar for our upcoming meetings.
(by college/school in alphabetical order)
Names in bold have won a Senate seat.
Names in italics are runners-up who did not win a Senate seat.
Halloran, Renee – 16 votes
Kress, Jacob – 12 votes
Berhe, Zemen – 11 votes
Chopde, Anushree – 4 votes
write-in candidates – 3 votes
Kothari, Krishnakanth – 18 votes
Saini, Sarabjit Singh – 17 votes
Singh, Abhas – 14 votes
Ihirwe, Blandine – 10 votes
Almeida, Alexis – 8 votes
Bernhart, Colby – 8 votes
write-in candidate – 1 vote
Suram, Anirudh Reddy – 49 votes
Sawant, Avishkar (write-in candidate) – 23 votes
Don Bosco, Merin Priyanka – 19 votes
R., Brent – 10 votes
Allotey, Enoch – 42 votes
Figueroa, Daniel – 41 votes
Konadu, Manasseh – 13 votes
write-in candidate – 3 votes
Perez, Patricia – 10 votes
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