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Feds Elections Results

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Lisa Umholtz
Communications and Media Relations Specialist
Thu, 02/08/2018 - 09:30

The Federation of Students (Feds) Elections closed last night following races for Science Councillor, Science Senator, and Senate-at-Large positions. All positions for Feds 2018-2019 Executive team were acclaimed, as were a number of Students’ Council and Senate seats.

Results for Science Councillors, Science Senators and the Senate-at-Large seat are as follows:

Science Councillors
- Benjamin Easton
- Christopher Kocko
- Elizabeth OSullivan
- Seneca Velling

Science Senator
- Tyler Marques

- Hannah Sesink

The following candidates were acclaimed:

Feds Executive
- President: Richard Wu
- VP Education: Matthew Gerrits
- VP Student Life (formerly VP Internal): Savannah Richardson
- VP Operations and Finance: Kurt-James MacMillan

Students’ Council Seats
Arts Councillors:
- Jacque German-Doucet
- Andrew Mohan

Engineering Councillors:
- Jason Small
- Alexander Eyre
- Junru Chen
- Linyi Cheng
- Muhammed Altaf

Math Council:
- Deon Hua 

St. Jerome’s Councillor:
- Oliver Campbell

Stratford Councillor:
- Amandreo Cortes

Senate Seats
Arts: Maya Venters

It takes a lot of hard work and courage to run for a position in student government, and we would like to take this moment to congratulate all candidates for their efforts – you should all take pride in putting yourself out there for the betterment of your school and your peers.

Please join us in welcoming our incoming Executives, Councillors and Senators. We look forward to the ideas they will bring and the contributions they will make to the undergraduate student experience at the University of Waterloo. Please visit our website for more information on your incoming Executives, Councillors, and Senators.

Some council seats remain open for Arts, Applied Health Sciences, Environment, Math, Renison, Cambridge and Kitchener, while the senate seat for Environment also remains open. By-elections will take place after elections are closed. If you or someone you know is interested in running for a council or senate position, please contact for more information.