ASWSU released the names of the five students who won Friday’s special election to fill vacancies in the All Campus, Business, Arts and Sciences, Uncertified and Education positions.
Junior psychology and human development major A’Jenae Hardwell and freshman economic sciences major Emma Taylor won the two seats for All Campus.
Junior French, Chinese and international business triple major Ryan O’Dea, who ran unopposed, won the Business College’s vacant position.
Senior microbiology major Jacob Lizarraga beat out four other candidates for the Arts and Sciences senate seat.
Uncertified freshman Kelly Monro beat four other candidates to represent uncertified students on the Senate.
The College of Education’s seat remains vacant, as no one ran for the position.