Total Number of Voters      Overall                   568

                                           Undergraduate      551

                                            Graduate                  17

Student Trustee (voted on by both undergraduate and graduate students)

Joshua “Jake” Bates                345      60.7 percent - Winner of Election

Neha Agarwal                         176      31.0 percent

Adriana Voci                            47         8.3 percent

Undergraduate Student Government - President/Vice President

Margaret “Macie” Jones & Hadley Zibel                    300      54.5 percent - Winner of Election

Jonathon Sturgeon & Maura Driscoll                        251      45.6 percent

Undergraduate Student Government - Senate Members - Everyone listed is a Winner, and has been elected

Isabella Loboa Velasquez        249                  10.57 percent

Angie Muse                            217                  9.21 percent

Farrin Khan                            215                  9.13 percent

Divya Madhavaiya                   184                  7.81 percent

Sarah Hazlett                         172                  7.3 percent

Isabel Raymond                      136                 5.77 percent

Izabel Depina                         128                  5.43 percent

Neha Agarwal                         126                  5.35 percent

Cora Cluett                             116                  4.92 percent

Jake Bates                              109                  4.63 percent

Sidney Kuesters                      103                  4.37 percent

Matthew Reiad                          99                  4.2 percent

Leonardo DeSouza                    94                  3.99 percent

Jonathon Sturgeon                    85                  3.61 percent

Gordon Smith                           82                  3.48 percent

Oleksiy Bielov                           69                   2.93 percent

John Gervais                             43                   1.82 percent

Isaiah Thelwell                          41                   1.74 percent

Talia Hammond                         35                   1.48 percent

Nalani Depina                            30                  1.27 percent

Manas Vyas                               21                  0.89 percent

Graduate Student Assembly - Vice President

Krystal-Gayle O'Neill               16                    94.1 percent - Winner of Election

Choose Not to Vote                   1                     5.9 percent

 

 

Graduate Student Assembly - Treasurer

Chantal English                       14                    82.4 percent - Winner of Election

Choose Not to Vote                   3                    17.6 percent

Referendum Question  #1 (voted on by undergraduate students)

Referendum Question 1 (Action): Calling for the Undergraduate Student Body to support the decrease of the $9 waivable MASSPIRG fee on the student bill per semester to a $4 waivable fee per semester due to the glaring partisanship evident in the organization, which has historically used the funds to advocate for one political agenda. Additionally, this waivable fee takes advantage of student’s ignorance about their student bills. Public university funds, especially those paid through student bills should instead be championing for programs such as free academic tutoring, career services, and other programs that benefit the entire student body. A yes vote on this question will continue the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, and funded through a four dollar ($4) per student, per semester, waivable fee that appears on your tuition bill. A no vote on this question will continue the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, to be funded through a nine dollar ($9) per student, per semester, waivable fee that appears on your tuition bill. 

No                                               71 percent - Winner

Yes                                              29 percent        

Referendum Question  #2 (voted on by undergraduate and graduate students)

Referendum Question 1  (Action): MASSPIRG is a statewide, student-directed, non-partisan, organization. For almost 50 years, we’ve worked to mobilize students on campus to do research, advocacy, education, and service on a variety of issues including environmental protection, public health, youth voter mobilization, affordable higher education, and poverty relief efforts. MASSPIRG chapters across the state pool resources and hire a staff of professionals to work with students on issues that concern us as members of the community. Do you support the continued existence of the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston funded through a $9 per-student per-semester waivable fee? Any student choosing not to support MASSPIRG may waive the fee. If you vote yes: A yes vote on this question will continue the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, to be funded through a nine dollar ($9) per student, per semester, waivable fee that appears on your tuition bill. If you vote no: A no vote on this question will remove the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, effective at the end of the 2020-2021 school year. A yes vote on this question will continue the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, to be funded through a nine dollar ($9) per student, per semester, waivable fee that appears on your tuition bill. A no vote on this question will remove the MASSPIRG chapter at UMass Boston, effective at the end of the 2020-2021 school year

Yes                                    84 percent - Winner (includes a 1.5 percent reduction in votes due to election violations)  

No                                     15 percent

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