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2023-2024 Graduate and Undergraduate Student Government election results

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Student Trustee (voted on by both undergraduate and graduate students)
Mike Dooley 178 65.9 percent – ELECTED
Mahua Nitin Hiray: 56 | 20.7 percent
Mahek Patel: 19 | 7.0 percent
Kristol Callender: 17 | 6.3 percent
Undergraduate Student Government President/Vice President
Kaushar Barejiya & Kaley Whipkey 165 83.33 percent – ELECTED
Chose not to vote: 33 | 16.66 percent
Undergraduate Student Government Senator – ALL ELECTED
Christelle Joseph: 97 | 12.35 percent
Talia Hammond: 92 | 11.71 percent
Linzie Truong: 81 | 10.31 percent
Vansh Khokhani: 79 | 10.06 percent
Brisa Portillo: 63 | 8.02 percent
Aidan Phuong: 62 | 7.89 percent
Oscar Brown: 57 | 7.26 percent
Isabel Raymond: 48 | 6.11 percent
David Buckley: 36 | 4.58 percent
Julia Olszewski: 34 | 4.33 percent
Isabella Victoria Villegas Leal: 25 | 3.18 percent
Calixta Nahue: 18 | 2.29 percent
Stacy Tran: 18 | 2.29 percent
Cristian Orellana: 17 | 2.16 percent
Kai Livingstone: 16 | 2.03 percent
Millicent Snow: 13 | 1.65 percent
Pari Vachhani: 13 | 1.65 percent
Manav Shah: 12 | 1.52 percent
Anthony Owuor: 4 | 0.5 percent
Graduate Student Government President
Delaney Bowen: 63 | 87.5 percent – ELECTED
Chose not to vote: 9 | 12.5 percent
Graduate Student Government Vice President
Somesh Balani 57 79.16 percent – ELECTED
Chose not to vote: 15 | 20.83 percent
Graduate Student Government Treasurer
Itish Pandey 53 73.61 percent – ELECTED
Chose not to vote: 19 | 26.38 percent
Referendum Question 1 (Action): MASSPIRG is a statewide, student-directed, non-partisan, organization. For over 45 years, we’ve worked to mobilize students on campus to do research, advocacy, education, and service on a variety of issues including environmental protection, public health, youth voter mobilization, and poverty relief efforts. MASSPIRG chapters across the state pool resources and hire a staff of professionals to work with students on issues that concern us as citizens. Do you support the continued existence of the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston funded through a $9 per-student per-semester waivable fee? Any student choosing not to support MASSPIRG may waive the fee.
If you vote Yes: A yes vote on this question will continue the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, to be funded through a nine dollar ($9.00) per student, per semester, waivable fee that appears on your tuition bill.
If you vote No: A no vote on this question will remove the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, effective at the end of the 2023-2024 school year.
Yes 192 78.78 percent – PASSED
No: 78 | 21.21 percent