Elections Archive

 


2018 General Election Results


Executives:

Quorum: 2086, Ballots submitted: 3046

CSA President

  • Jack Fisher: 2351
  • Decline: 292

Vice President Student Experience

  • Aidan Paskinov: 2415
  • Decline: 306

Vice President Academic

  • Natalie Clarke: 1855
  • Tanya Vohra: 745
  • Decline: 446

Vice President External

  • Kate Bakos: 692
  • Kayla Weiler: 1855
  • Decline: 499

 


Board of Directors:

CSAHS - College of Social and Applied Human Sciences

Quorum: 477, Ballots submitted: 703

  • Amia Khosla: 308
  • Horeen Hassan: 320
  • Jamie Gibson: 374
  • Decline: 121​

CEPS - College of Engineering and Physical Sciences

Quorum: 342, Ballots submitted: 395

  • Matteo Raso​: 228
  • Decline: 83

COA - College of Arts

Quorum: 190, Ballots submitted: 343

  • Bella Harris: 275
  • Decline: 49

OAC - Ontario Agricultural College 

Quorum: 244, Ballots submitted: 449

  • Amy Rodenburg: 361
  • Patrick MacCarthy: 308
  • Decline: 37

CBE - College of Business and Economics 

Quorum: 370, Ballots submitted: 383

  • Aaron Felstein: 265
  • Andrew Hodgkinson: 277
  • Decline: 85

CBS - College of Biological Sciences

Quorum: 415, Ballots submitted: 745

  • Nick Kowaleski: 452
  • Raymond Hu: 457
  • Decline: 151

Referendum Question (UPDATED):

Referendum Question: Quorum: 4173 / Ballots submitted: 4298


FRT currently collects $1.01 in student fees towards providing volunteer First Aid services on campus. Do you support the collection of a student fee of $1.60 for both Full Time and Part Time students per Fall, Winter, and Summer semester for the purpose of updated equipment, improved training standards, and continued improvement in the service we provide. The student fee will be collected indefinitely, beginning January 2019. The fee will not be subject to be increased annually.

FRT is an on-campus student volunteer group that provides first aid treatment to students, faculty, and other campus visitors. Since our last referendum in 2009, we have experienced increased call volume and increased operating costs. With increased financial resources, FRT would be able to invest in higher levels of training, improved equipment, and increased effectiveness on campus. 

  • Yes: 3390
  • No: 698
  • Decline: 210

 


2017 CSA Winter By-Election Results


Thank you! Over 2700 students voted for the CSA Winter By-Election. Thank you for taking the time to vote in your new CSA President.

CSA President:

  • Chelsea Mulvale: 1652 (58.96%)
  • Ethan Pankhurst: 455 (16.51%)
  • Zoey Ross: 491 (17.82%)
  • Decline: 158 (5.73%)

 


2017 CSA General Election Results


Executives:

President (Candidate: Jay Rojas)

  • No: 2065 (46.40%)
  • Yes: 1962 (44.09%)
  • Decline: 423 (9.51%)

VP Student Experience:

  • Emily Vance: 2130 (47.87%)
  • Jack Wang: 1651 (37.10%)
  • Decline: 669 (15.03%)

VP Academic:

  • Becca Cheskes: 1881 (42.27%)
  • Kate Schievink: 1748 (39.28%)
  • Decline: 821 (18.45%)

VP External:

  • Kayla Weiler: 1608 (36.13%)
  • Chelsea Mulvale: 1373 (30.85%)
  • Devlin Scanlon: 575 (12.92%)
  • Decline:  894 (20.09%)

 


Board of Directors:

OAC - Ontario Agricultural College 

(Candidate: Chirag Patney)

  • Yes: 389 (70.47%)
  • No: 63 (11.41%)
  • Decline: 100 (18.12%)

OVC - Ontario Veterinary College 

(Candidate: Natalie Chow)

  • Yes: 94 (94%)
  • No: 3 (3%)
  • Decline: 3 (3%)

CBE - College of Business and Economics 

(Candidate: Tony Stortz)

  • Yes: 360 (68.31%)
  • Decline: 112 (21.25%)

COA - College of Arts

(Candidate: Bella Harris)

  • Yes: 339 (73.34%)
  • No: 31 (6.8%)
  • Decline: 86 (18.86%)

CSAHS - College of Social and Applied Human Sciences

  • Ryan Bowes: 525 (44.91%)
  • Jensen Williams: 411 (35.16%)
  • Beth Whan: 304 (26.01%)
  • Aleksander Ginko: 275 (23.52%)
  • Decline: 261 (22.33%)

CBS - College of Biological Sciences

  • Raymond Hu: 624 (62.34%)
  • Nick Kowaleski: 584 (58.34%)
  • Decline: 232 (23.18%)

 


Referendum Question - General Election

“Do you support a mandatory fee of $0.90, indexed to the cost of living, per semester for all undergraduate students, with the intention of freely supplying and distributing menstrual hygiene products, including, but not necessarily limited to, tampons and pads, to all its Members who experience menstruation across campus to be put in effect at the beginning of the semester in Fall 2017 (inclusive)?”


Referendum (Free menstrual products on campus)

  • Yes: 3427 (77.01%)
  • No: 807 (18.13%)
  • Decline: 216 (4.85%)