After a day of students ranking their preferred candidates online, the next SGA administration was announced on the steps behind Cater Hall.
A total of 11,278 students voted in the spring elections out of 29,060 eligible voters, giving a voter turnout of 38.81%. During the 2019 SGA spring elections, 39.29% of students cast their ballot.
Ada Ruth Huntley was announced as SGA president after receiving 4,576 votes in the final instant run-off, representing 55.1% of the votes cast.
The distribution of votes for SGA president before the instant run-offs are as follows:
- Ada Ruth Huntley, junior in global studies: 3,236 votes (31.6%)
- Jacari Holt, junior in political science: 2,157 votes (21.1%)
- Jack O’Keefe, junior in building science: 2,012 votes (19.6%)
- James Sadie, junior in finance: 1,938 votes (18.9%)
- Jordan Bailey, junior in industrial and systems engineering: 903 votes (8.8%)
Hays Kassen was announced as SGA vice president after receiving 4,117 votes after the instant run-off, representing 50.5% of the votes cast.
The distribution of votes for SGA vice president before the instant run-off are as follows:
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- Hays Kassen, junior in accounting: 3,441 votes (39.2%)
- Annie Ozment, junior in psychology: 3,166 votes (36.1%)
- Xavier Kimbrell, junior in biochemistry: 2,161 votes (24.6%)
Caroline Willoughby, junior in accounting, was announced as SGA treasurer after receiving 4,461 votes, representing 51.5% of the votes cast. Michael Thomas, sophomore in finance, received 4,205 votes.
Cat Bryant was announced as Miss Auburn after receiving 4,208 votes in the final instant run-off, representing 56.9% of the votes cast.
The distribution of votes for Miss Auburn before the instant run-offs are as follows:
- Cat Bryant, junior in finance and biomedical sciences: 3,132 votes (35.4%)
- Megan Ondrizek, junior in communication disorders: 1,805 votes (20.4%)
- Maggie Ricks, junior in accounting and Spanish: 1,558 votes (17.6%)
- Sasha Cohen, junior in architecture: 1,189 votes (13.4%)
- Katie Phelan, junior in marketing: 1,170 votes (13.2%)
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