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The Michigan Daily - Friday, November 22, 1991 - Page 7

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Total seats won (of 25 available):
Conservative Coalition 10
Progressive Party 6
Independent 5

Write-.in

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Corey Hill (CC);
Heather Johnston (CC)
Felicia Tripp (Progressive Party) I
Todd Ochoa (Progressive Party) I
Steve Stark (CC)
Kenneth Bartlette (CC);
John McCloskey (CC)
Robert Van Houweling (Independent)
Sejal Mistry (CC)1
Engineering

Brian Kight (Independent)
Brenton House (CC)
Christopher Teeley (CC)
Rwckham

MUIC-
Sarah Knutson (Write-in)
Medicine_
Michael Lee (CC)
Social Work
Jennifer Collins (Independent)
Dentistry
Robert Rocco (Write-in)
Architecture
Jason Richardson (CC)
Kinesiology
Charles Smith (Independent)
Information and Library Studies
Christopher Thiry (Independent)
Business
Michael Oduro (Progressive Party)
Public Health
No representative elected

MSA
Continued from page 1
loss for the assembly as a whole.
Two thousand and seventy-three
students voting is a mandate for a
radically different assembly,"
Ochoa said. "We have to realize
that between 90 to 95 percent of
the campus did not vote. It just
means the conservatives turned out
their people better than we did."
But MSA President James
Green disagreed, arguing it was an
"honor" for CC to win a third
consecutive election. He added that
the results indicated an affirmation
of the current assembly.
"I would doubt that that has
been achieved by any party in
MSA," he said. "People in this
country don't generally vote for
good government. They vote
against something. It's very diffi-
cult for an incumbent party at the
student government level to win."
Yet there is a silver lining to
the Progressive Party's apparent
loss, Ochoa argued, since Progres-
sive candidate Michael Oduro beat
CC candidate Andrew Kanfer, who
is currently Treasurer and Budget

Priorities Chair, for the Business
school seat.
Ochoa said, "Kanfer is one of
the CC stalwarts. He's just basi-
cally a big dude and to displace him
is important."
Kanfer will remain on the as-
sembly as treasurer until next
term, and Green indicated that Kan-
fer might apply to replace Rep.
Sandra Dixon who was removed
due to excessive absences.
Voters also approved the two
referenda that were on the ballot
by at least a 3-1 margin. The refer-
enda will amend the MSA consti-
tution to include automatic stu-
dent group recognition and the in-
stallation of the Environmental
Issues Commission.
In other elections, LSA Student
Government President-elect Brett
White indicated that the election
might have to be reheld since the
candidate who lost, Andrew Rus-
sell, was omitted from Tuesday
ballots.
In addition, candidates Karen
DeGannes, Roger De Roo, David
Allison, and Michael Klein were
elected to the Rackham Student
Government.

Leilani Nishime (Progressive Party)
Roger De Roo (Progressive Party)
Allan Wu (Progressive Party)
Education_
Renee Florka (Write-in)
Robert Resio (Write-in) tie

Whta drip
LSA senior and Alpha Phi Omega member Brian "Blood Drop" Mono urges
students in the Fishbowl yesterday to compete in OSU Blood Battle.

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