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ASUA announces winners for general election

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Amanda Falzone | The Daily Wildcat Natalynn Masters speaks to her audience during the ASUA presidential debates this Sunday, Feb. 26 at the Gallagher Theater in Tucson , Ariz.

  

Natalynn Masters won the presidential election for the Associated Students of the University of Arizona, elections commissioner Marlon Freeman announced Thursday, March 1. 

Matthew Rein won the executive vice presidential election, while Kate Rosenstengel won the administrative vice presidential election. 

Tara Singleton, Kelly Dorney and Rocque Perez won at-large senate positions, meaning they will represent the entire student body. 

Incumbent Katie Christopher will continue as senator to represent the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, and incumbent Madeline Melichar will continue to represent the College of Engineering. Incumbent Olivia Johnson will continue as a senator representing the College of Nursing. 

Ashin Katwala will represent the College of Science and Brennen Feder will represent the College of Education. 

Michelle Mendoza will be representing Eller College of Management and Bennet Adamson will represent the College of Social and Behavioral Sciences. Sedona Lynch will represent the College of Public Health. 

The ASUA general elections took place from Tuesday, Feb. 26 to Wednesday, Feb. 27. The primary elections took place Tuesday, Feb. 20 to Wednesday, Feb. 21. 


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