Reddick elected president; Taylor, Thompson to have run-off


    After a two weeks of intense campaigning, junior Maddie Reddick emerged victorious as the 2015-2016 student body president.

    After tallying the 2603 total votes, the SGA Elections and Regulations committee announced the elected student body officers Wednesday afternoon, with the exception of vice president of operations.

    Austin Taylor and Ryker Thompson will have a run-off election for vice-president of operations. The poll will be open from 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Monday, according to elections and regulations commitee chair Luke Erwin.

    Thompson received 1,090 votes, while Taylor received 709. Due to no candidate receiving an absolute majority, a run-off will determine this office.

    Unopposed John Paul Watson will follow junior Lydia Longoria as student body treasurer for 2015-2016 with 2329 votes.

    Katie Phillips rounds out the student body officers as the vice president of external affairs. Phillips defeated junior Bryan Tony by 84 votes.

    Reddick, the current vice president of external affairs, will follow Cody Westphal as student body president. She will be the only returning cabinet member. Reddick defeated Jacob Greenstein by 268 votes.


    The House representatives are listed below:

    School of Business

    Drew Atkins

    Laura Simard

    Conner Neal

    Jacob Choulet

    Caroline Pulliam

    Amanda McFeeley

    Hudson Trent

    Hien Tran

    Tierney Johnson

    Grace Gau

    Honors College

    Benjamin Taylor

    Rebecca Gonzalez

    Julia Zellers

    Sara Babineaux

    College of Nursing and Health Sciences

    Kinsey Budagher

    Ashlynn Deaton

    Katherine Carvalho

    Jacquelyn Hogan

    Kay Klein

    Ali Wittenberg

    College of Science and Engineering

    Rachel Hoffman

    Shelby Fruge

    William Mitchell

    Morgan Bailie

    Abby Till

    Will Rudnicki

    Jacob Wirfel

    College of Fine Arts

    Catherine Potter

    Brooke Morrissy

    Katie Rettig

    College of Education

    Maddie Jiongo

    College of Communication

    Lance Owens

    Justin Rubenstein

    Kelsey Ritchie

    Lissie Kevlin

    Caroline McKee

    College of Liberal Arts 

    Yannick Tona

    Ashley Hodge

    Brennan Lafferty

    Carson Ogle

    Kristen Mohr

    Bryan Tony

    James Lincoln

    Class of 2016

    Abigail Buckley

    Blake Tilley

    Class of 2017

    Emily Vaught

    David Clark

    Class of 2018

    Mictchel Howard

    Sarah Neal Secrest