The executive race was the only competitive one in this spring’s SA election. Everyone who ran for senate positions — including three students each from the classes of 2027, 2026, and 2025 and six students vying for at-large positions — will serve as senators next year.

First-year Senator Quinten Denkenberger will be returning alongside sophomore Senators Trisha George and Noah Hubley and junior Senators Jacob Edwards, Chris Stride, and Andrew Zhou.

The new first-year senators, who will be sophomores when they serve, are Wonki Chae, William Du, Aidan Galgano, Arsen Kariazov, and Sarah Pirzada. The new sophomores, who will serve as juniors, are Janelly Andrade-Gonzales, Hudson Ginocchio, and Keziah Daniel. Owen Christensen is the only new junior, and he will serve as a senior.

The total votes cast in this season’s election was 966. This was up from 790 votes cast in the fall, most likely due largely to the publicity of the presidential election.

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