SA releases candidate list for Mar. 26 election

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March 16, 2009

11:54 PM

Early this morning the College of William and Mary Student Assembly released the list of students running for each position in the upcoming election.

The three uncontested positions — Class of 2010 Secretary, Class of 2011 Vice President for Advocacy and Class of 2012 Secretary for Social Affairs — can be won by a write-in candidate, according to SA Elections Commission Chairman Matt Beato ’09. If enough votes for no candidate, called protest votes, are lodged, the position will go unfilled until a special election during the Sept. 24 freshmen elections.

The election will take place March 26.

Below is the complete list.

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*Student Assembly*
*President and Vice President*
Horacio Carreño and Michael Douglass
Devin Sanchez Curry and David Loss
Sarah Rojas and Austin Wiese

*Class of 2010*
*President*
Ryan Eickel
Alyssa Wallace

*Vice President for Advocacy*
Jessica Taubman

*Vice President for Social Affairs*
Laura Nelson

*Secretary*
_No declared candidates_

*Treasurer*
Ray Ciabattoni

*Senate*
Jim Dunleavey
Ross Gillingham
Erik Houser
Steven Nelson
Eric Newman

*Class of 2011*
*President*
Michael Tsidulko

*Vice President for Advocacy*
_No declared candidates_

*Vice President for Social Affairs*
Wayne Pearson

*Secretary*
Sahra Roble

*Treasurer*
Chrissy Scott

*Senate (2011)*
Ben Brown
Brittany Fallon
Juan Jorquera
Imad Matini
Ian Kirkpatrick
Russ Taylor
Kentaro Uzuki
Mike Young

*Class of 2012*
*President*
Kobie Gordon
Nicole Skarpness

*Vice President for Advocacy*
Allie Baeuchler
Steph Kumah

*Vice President for Social Affairs*
_No declared candidates_

*Secretary*
Kasi Hartman
Stephanie McGuire

*Treasurer*
KC Dang
Xiaoyu Guo

*Senator*
Mateos Chekol
Stef Felitto
Tom Flaherty
Betty Jeanne Manning
Jill Olszewski
Carlos Quintela
Matt Schofield
Stuart Shields

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