Trevor and Omika hold large lead in Vox’s straw poll, Chicken Madness a contender
Trevor Tezel (SFS ’15) and Omika Jikaria‘s (SFS ’15) ticket have taken a strong lead in Vox‘s GUSA election straw poll, beating Thomas Lloyd (SFS ’15) and Jimmy Ramirez (COL ’15) by 17 percent. Five hundred and thirty-six people voted in the straw poll.
In the last two GUSA elections, the winner of Vox‘s straw poll has aligned with the Voice‘s endorsement, picking the winner two years in a row. This year, however, the Voice endorsed Lloyd and Ramirez.
Perhaps the most entertaining number on this poll is that Chicken Madness is beating Ben Weiss (COL ’15) and Sam Greco (SFS ’15) by two votes. Vox would really love it if enough write-in votes actually made Chicken Madness GUSA president (she’d certainly have a lot less work to do in terms of writing posts about GUSA).
Lloyd and Ramirez are in second place with almost a quarter of the votes. Zach Singer (SFS ’15) and Dan Silkman (COL ’15) trail behind them with 16 percent of votes.