Student Government Election Results

By Christian Rosario / Editor-In-Chief


he newly elected SGA will begin their term Fall 2014. Pictured from left to right is Conrad Colon, Khushwant Pall, Odile Julian, Barbara Cannell, John Jameson and DeAnna Nicholson. Colon, Pall, and Jameson are newly elected.

Raritan Valley Community College’s Office of Student Life announced the results of the 2014-2015 Student Government Association (SGA) and Alumni Representative to the Board of Trustees election on March 31, 2014.

The results are John Shantz, President; Conrad Colon, Vice President; Melanie Martin, Senator; Imran Vahora, Senator; Khushwant Pall, Alumni Representative; and Corinne Cronheim, President of Program Board.

Vice President of Finance, Vice President of Information and Media and two senator positions remain vacant, but will be filled by write-in candidates with the most number of votes. Student Life will check the candidates’ eligibility, based on their academic and behavioral records, with Jason Fredericks, Assistant Dean of Student Services. The candidates will then decide if they want to accept the position after reading its description.

In the event that there is a tie between write-in candidates or none of them are eligible, the newly elected SGA will appoint students to vacant positions, giving preference to those who ran in the election but did not get voted in.

This article was edited on April 4, 2014.

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