ComSoc & ResSoc elect next executive

Over the weekend, the societies elected their 2019-20 executive teams 

Team ACA (left to right): Alana Losier, Chris Dorsey, and Alexandra Whang.
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Supplied by Alana Losier

This weekend, substantial majorities elected two societies’ future executives, with one team winning for the second time.

ComSoc elects Team ACA

Team ACA was voted the next ComSoc executive on Feb. 2 with an 86 per cent majority, according to current ComSoc president Jordan Flanigan.

ACA is comprised of Presidential candidate Alana Losier, Vice-President (Student Affairs) candidate Chris Dorsey, and Vice-President (Operations) Alexandra Whang, all Comm ’20, who ran uncontested in the executive election. Voter turnout was 25 per cent.

“Team ACA could not be more thrilled to be elected as the 2019[-]2020 Commerce Society Executive,” Losier said in a statement to The Journal. “We would like to thank everyone who showed their love and support during the campaign season as we could not have done it without them.”

She added the team is “committed to making this upcoming school year the best experience for all Commerce students and are excited to act on our platform.”

ResSoc

Following a nullified election in January, ResSoc elected Team NOM once again with 90.9 per cent of the vote this time around.

The team is composed of Presidential candidate Madison Scott, ArtSci ’20, Vice-President of Residence Affairs candidate Natasha Sharma, Con-Ed ’20, and Vice-President of Judicial Affairs candidate Oliver Flis, Comm ’20.

NOM ran uncontested in the second round of the campaign.

In a statement to The Journal, the team said they were humbled with the results in their favour.

"We could not have done it without [the voters], and we look forward to serving you in the coming year,” the team statement read.  “We are very excited to begin the transition process, and are committed to implementing our platform and being a voice for all students."

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