Senate elections were held Tuesday, September 15 to determine class representatives.
Senior business administration major, Sean Offerdahl was elected Senior Class Treasurer with 92% of the votes to “Confirm” and 6% of votes in favor of “Do Not Confirm.”
Jordan McKelley, exercise science major, was elected Junior Class Vice President with 88% votes in favor to “Confirm” and 12% votes in favor of “Do Not Confirm.”
Sophomore liberal arts major, Donovan McDowell and sophomore nursing major Scott Mateer were both elected ophomore class senators. Mcdowell received 72% votes to confirm and 28% votes to not confirm. Mateer received 86% votes to confirm and 14% to not confirm.
Computer science major Adam Reese was elected Freshman Class President receiving 37% of votes. Reese ran against nursing major, Heath Gerber who received 31% of votes and Alex Mundell, music ministry major, who received 27% of votes.
Early childhood education major, Andrea Maier was elected Freshman Class Vice President with 37% of votes. Chris Dugan, political science major, also ran with 33% of votes, as well as Tyler Veldhuizen with 25% of votes.
Business administration major, Brandon Simmon was elected for Freshman Class Treasurer with 91% of votes to confirm and 4% votes to not confirm. Marshall Kirkendall, nursing major, was elected Freshman Class Senator receiving 89% of votes to confirm and 5% votes to not confirm.
Polls were open until 7pm and votes were cast on iPads in the Great Hall. Voting was also available online.
Steena Hymes is the managing/news editor for The Aviso AVW