Senate and JC Elections and Survey - April 19th, 2005

732 people voted in this election. Write-ins that recieved less than 4% of the vote are not displayed.

Senate and JC Elections

Class of 2006 Senator candidates (Choose 8): 168 voters

Rania Arja*77% (129)
Emily Silberstein*61% (102)
Rob Cobbs*61% (102)
David Gottlieb54% (91)
Mira Serrill-Robins53% (89)
Jessica Rothschild51% (85)
Caitlyn Phan46% (78)
asgehring11% (19)
vhdo10% (17)
dfdwyer9% (15)
balessi7% (12)
smscriber5% (8)
mpsubbaraman4% (7)

Class of 2007 Senator candidates (Choose 8): 258 voters

Ashley Rose58% (150)
Janice Djabatay58% (149)
Charmel Maynard57% (148)
Avi Das*54% (140)
Jordan McKay53% (136)
Tim Zeiser53% (136)
Gloria Monfrini51% (132)
Andrea Gyorody51% (132)
Eddie Garcia50% (129)
Jeff Simon28% (73)

Class of 2008 Senator candidates (Choose 8): 269 voters

Julie Kim81% (219)
Raj Borsellino*79% (213)
Josh Stein*72% (195)
Daniel De Zeeuw*71% (192)
Jason Kung70% (187)
Adam Bookman66% (177)
Patrick Benson55% (148)
Samantha Siegal54% (144)
Nick Avila52% (141)
Moe Zeidan45% (122)

Judiciary Council candidates (Choose 3): 546 voters

Frank Park '07*84% (459)
Laura Jarrett '0779% (433)
Kevin Nattinger '0867% (367)

MASSPIRG SURVEY REFERENDUM

MASSPIRG is a statewide, student directed, non-profit, non-partisan, organization which does research, education, service, and action on environmental, consumer, higher education, and hunger relief issues. MASSPIRG chapters across the state pool resources and hire a staff of professionals to work with students on issues that concern us as citizens. MASSPIRG started at UMass Amherst in 1972, and at Amherst College in 1985 when students first voted to form and fund a chapter.

Do you support the continuation of a MASSPIRG chapter at Amherst College funded through a $9 per student, per semester refundable fee? Any student choosing not to support MASSPIRG may refund the fee.: 608 voters

YES58% (354)
NO42% (254)