Students elected new Duke Student Government senators and vice presidents in an online election Thursday and Friday.
A proposed constitutional amendment failed because election turnout was 19.2% and a 25% turnout was required for it to be ratified. Of the students who voted, 92.8% voted yes on the amendment.
Below are the election results. Attorney General Jason Scharff, a senior, provided The Chronicle with the results Friday evening.
Vice president: Junior Meghna Mahadevan
Senators: Sophomore Effie Mehbod, first-years Chase Barclay and Nicole Rosenzweig
Vice president: Sophomore Lana Gesinsky
Senators: First-years Matthew O’Stricker and Sophie Smith
Durham and Community Affairs:
Vice president: Sophomore Swetha Rajagopal
Senators: Sophomore Alex Leo-Guerra, first-year Alexander Hong
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Equity and Outreach:
Vice president: Junior Matthew Ralph
Senator: Sophomore Rachel Proudman, first-years Anthony Carmelo Salgado and Isaiah Hamilton
Services and Sustainability:
Vice president: Sophomore Hana Hendi
Senator: First-year Shreya Joshi
Class of 2022: President Neal Dalal, Vice President Seun Oguntunmibi
The class of 2023 did not elect a president. The vice president is Lucas Alves.
Class of 2024: President Sonali Sanjay and Vice President Christian Robinson