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Chu, McCluskey take elections by storm

Friday, March 7, 2008


Student voters handed Malcolm Chu a landslide victory over his opponents Derek Khanna and Devin Ashe in the race for president of next year’s Student Government Association.

Chu
took 1,523 votes in total more than tripling the number received by Khanna during the two-day election process held in the campus center and at dining commons across campus.

Khanna netted 475 votes and Ashe took in 213 ballots.

Putting up numbers similar to Chu, Lindsay McCluskey took 1,610 votes in the race for the position of student trustee over rival candidates Elizabeth Protzman and Augusta Mfuko.

Protzman garnered 474 votes and 137 went to Mfuko, the only graduate student candidate.

Stay tuned to the Daily Collegian for more SGA election coverage.

Photo credit Rich Lombard/Collegian
posted by Derrick Perkins, 2:50 PM

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