Late last week, Vox asked its readers to vote in our annual GUSA executive election straw poll. This year, like last year, the winner of Vox‘s straw poll aligned with the Voice‘s endorsement in Nate Tisa (SFS ’14) and Adam Ramadan (SFS ’14).
With 614 votes counted, Nate and Adam came in first with 37 percent of the vote, more than double the share of the vote that any of the other candidates received. Coming in second were Jack Appelbaum (COL ’14) and Maggie Cleary (COL ’14), commanding 104 votes and 17 percent of the vote. Jack and Maggie’s ticket is considered to be one of the two frontrunners, along with Nate and Adam.
Unfortunately for Shavonnia Corbin-Johnson (SFS ’14) and Joe Vandegriff (COL ’14), Chicken Madness came in fifth overall, 19 votes ahead of the Corbin-Johnson/Vandegriff ticket. Maybe Georgetown’s favorite sandwich has a chance tomorrow.