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Results were emailed to students Thursday night.

Columbia College Student Council and Engineering Student Council election results were announced Thursday night.

In both councils, the majority of seats were uncontested. However, winning candidates largely framed their platforms around addressing undergraduate mental health and increasing the number of spaces and services that undergraduates will be allocated, especially for identity-based groups.

In the CCSC race for University Senator, Danielle Resheff, CC’20, Toqa Badran, CC’19, and Alfredo Dominguez, CC’19, won the three available seats. Badran and Dominguez will serve their one remaining year as undergraduates, while Resheff will serve a two-year term.

Zoha Qamar, SEAS ’19, won the ESC University Senate race. Qamar will serve for one year before graduating.

Read the full list of results below:

Columbia College University Senator

Danielle Resheff - 25.66 percent

Toqa Badran - 24.68 percent

Alfredo Dominguez - 22.28 percent

Grant Pace - 17.01 percent

Jonathan Schleien 10.37 percent

CCSC 2019 Class President

Mina Mahmood (Roar, Lion, Roar): - 73.59 percent

Daniel Parks: - 19.55 percent

Abstain: - 6.84 percent

CCSC 2019 Vice President

David Kaminsky (Roar, Lion, Roar) 79.95 percent

Abstain - 20.04 percent

CCSC 2019 Class Representatives

Tarek Deida (Roar, Lion, Roar) - 32.60 percent

George Jiang (Roar, Lion, Roar) - 30.00 percent

Elisa Kong (Roar, Lion, Roar) - 29.56 percent

Abstain 7.82 percent

CCSC 2020 President

James Ritchie (Pounce) - 67.17 percent

Abstain - 19.59 percent

Nathaniel Marrinson - 13.23 percent

CCSC 2020 Vice President

Kai Feliciano (Pounce) - 77.35 percent

Abstain - 22.64 percent

CCSC 2020 Class Representatives

Madison Harden (Pounce) - 30.56 percent

Ben Kaplan (Pounce) - 29.82 percent

Patricia Granda (Pounce) - 28.21 percent

Abstain - 11.38 percent

CCSC 2021 President

Prem Thakker (Roar Together) - 85.34 percent

Abstain 14.65 percent

CCSC 2021 Vice President

Skye Bork (Roar Together) - 77.69 percent

Abstain 22.30 percent

CCSC 2021 Class Representatives

Aja Johnson (Roar Together) 31.68 percent

Sarah Radway (Roar Together) - 30.56 percent

Ramsay Eyre (Roar Together) - 28.08 percent

Abstain - 9.66 percent

CCSC At-Large Representatives

Academic Affairs Representative

Zachary Kimmel 956 - 67.60 percent

Abstain 458 - 32.39 percent

Alumni Affairs Representative

Joyce Tan - 69.51 percent

Abstain - 30.48 percent

Disability Services Representative

Aaron Liberman - 75.38 percent

Abstain - 24.61 percent

Financial Security and First Generation Representative

Luke Aron Ebora - 68.39 percent

Abstain - 26.60 percent

Gender and Sexuality Representative

Sabina Jones - 67.32 percent

Abstain - 32.67 percent

International Students Representative

Nikola Danev - 42.85 percent

Fahima Al - 40.59 percent

Abstain - 16.54 percent

Pre-Professional Representative

Stephen Cushner - 64.56 percent

Abstain - 35.43 percent

Race and Ethnicity Representative

Heven Haile - 71.85 percent

Abstain - 28.14 percent

Student Services Representative

Monique Harmon - 35.59 percent

Henry Feldman - 26.03 percent

Eva Steinman - 24.37 percent

Abstain - 13.99 percent

CCSC Executive Board

Jordan Singer & Elise Fuller (CU Roar) - 79.42 percent

Abstain - 20.57 percent

Vice President for Finance

Adam Resheff (CU Roar) - 75.38 percent

Abstain - 24.61 percent

Vice President for Communications

Isabella Lajara (CU Roar) - 75.45 percent

Abstain - 24.54 percent

Vice President for Campus Life

Sim Mander (CU Roar) - 39.29 percent

Laura Hand - 34.98 percent

Abstain - 25.72 percent

Columbia College Referendum

Columbia should commit to 100 percent renewable energy and carbon neutrality (net zero

carbon emissions) by 2030.

Yes - 84.93 percent

No - 8.48 percent

Abstain - 6.57 percent

Engineering Student Council

ESC 2019 President

Izzet Kebudi (OverSEAS) - 68.53 percent

Abstain - 31.46 percent

ESC 2019 Vice President

Camila Solis-Camara (OverSEAS) - 64.33 percent

Abstain - 35.66 percent

ESC 2019 Class Representatives

Shivani Dharmadhikary (OverSEAS) - 42.13 percent

Steven Hyland (OverSEAS) - 38.07 percent

Abstain -19.79 percent

ESC Class of 2020

ESC 2020 President

Joanna Paik (SEASus Take the Wheel) - 78.46 percent

Abstain - 21.53 percent

ESC 2020 Vice President

Abhishek Chakraborty - 70.00 percent

Abstain - 30.00 percent

ESC 2020 Class Representatives

Marisa Ngbemeneh (SEASus Take the Wheel) - 47.47 percent

Ayesha Chhugani (SEASus Take the Wheel) - 38.38 percent

Abstain -14.14 percent

ESC Class of 2021

ESC 2021 President

Alina Ying (SEAS the Change) - 82.03 percent

Abstain - 17.96 percent

ESC 2021 Vice President

Adheli Gonzales (Seas the Change) - 79.68 percent

Abstain -20.31 percent

ESC 2021 Class Representatives

Nicolas Acosta (SEAS the Change) - 50.24 percent

Joe Hier (Seas the Change) - 39.90 percent

Abstain - 9.85 percent

ESC At-Large Representatives

Academic Affairs Representative

James Wu - 73.46 percent

Abstain - 26.53 percent

Campus Affairs Representative

Jordynn Lurie - 45.22 percent

Benjamin Greenfield - 27.38 percent

Abstain - 27.38 percent

Combined Plan 3-2 Representative

Tracy Paltoo - 39.06 percent

Abstain 149 -.63 percent

Ishraq Khandaker - 29.29 percent

International Student Representative

Katherine Liu - 70.91 percent

Abstain - 29.08 percent

Professional Development and Alumni Affairs Representative

Dean Kieserman - 60.72 percent

Abstain - 39.27 percent

First Generation and Low Income Representative

Jennifer Martinez - 62.50 percent

Abstain - 29.02 percent

Joan Martinez - 8.47 percent

Sustainability Representative

Amar Bhardwaj - 72.18 percent

Abstain - 27.81 percent

Student Groups Representative

Sambhav Jain - 66.45 percent

Abstain - 33.54 percent

Technology Representative

Tanmay Chopra - 71.12 percent

Abstain - 28.87 percent

ESC Executive Board

President & Vice President for Policy

Ria Garg & Adekunle Balogun (FUll House) - 77.70 percent

Abstain - 22.29 percent

Vice President for Finance

Anya Di Salvo (FUll House) - 71.33 percent

Abstain - 28.66 percent

Vice President for Communications

Asher Goldfinger (FUll House) - 73.67 percent

Abstain 26.32 percent

Vice President for Student Life

Richa Gode (FUll House) 75.15 percent

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