By: Kyle Swenson

University of Central Florida Senate election results came in late Wednesday night in the student union.

In total, 4,018 people participated in this year election. Abdullahi Musa received the most votes of any senate candidate on the ballot with 612 total votes.


“If you work hard from 7 and go home at 10 in the night you’ll definitely get the votes that you need. I was hoping to get 1,000 votes but I could only get 612,” Musa said.

All the elections were decided on Wednesday except for the College of Optics and Photonics. There is a run-off between two write in candidates who both received one vote.

Check out the winners from each school:

College of Arts and Humanities:
1. Rachel Huss (83)
2. John Tuley (69)
3. Gabrielle Orphali (69)
4. Isabella Bustamante (62)

College of Business Administration:
1. Abdullahi Musa (612)
2. Matthew Gold (309)
3. Jawhar Coleman (278)
4. Ari Bell (273)
5. Jake Morran (265)
6. Daniel Robles (255)
7. Logan Mahan (252)
8. Ethan Lewis (249)

College of Community Innovation and Education:
1. Sierra Scott (97)
2. Ashley Samson (85)
3. Brett Goldberg (72)
4. Danielle Lyttle (70)
5. Matthew Horn (68)
6. James Myers (67)

College of Engineering and Computer Science
1. Forrest McClellan (282)
2. Christian Pardon (275)
3. Sebastian Rangel (252)
4. Dylan Gillespie (230)
5. Brian Walls (219)
6. Emma Brandow (178)
7. Thais Jimenez (101)
8. Rasheed Krester (96)
9. Jacob Henson (96)
10. Joseph Truss (79)

College of Graduate Studies:
1. Timothy Hill (89)
2. Rachel Friant ( 74)
3. Kendall Coffman (66)
4. Diane Lieu (63)
5. Travis Parrish (62)
6. Michael Riley (57)
7. Patrick Cherubin (56)
8. Sindy Pegus (55)

College of Health Professionals and Sciences:
1. Amanda Gilliland (152)
2. Ryan Regan (119)
3. Ryan Doran (112)
4. Cameren Gray (104)
5. Kevin Olson (69)
6. Michele Guillard (61)

Rosen College of Hospitality Management:
1. Michael Interlicchio (39)
2. Cory Goicoechea (33)

College of Medicine:
1. Erika Lytle (316)
2. Yaqub Kassoo (270)
3. Emma Trittin (133)

College of Nursing:
1. Kristin Hunter (52)

College of Sciences:
1. Giorgi Beruashvili (419)
2. Gabriel Soto (418)
3. Anthony Lopez (390)
4. Ranya Eid (385)
5. Natalia Fernandez (301)
6. Madison Berman (293)
7. Joseph Davis (289)
8. Robert Hill (287)
9. Stephanie Blanco (276)

Nicholson School of Communications and Media:
1. Natalie Caballero (87)
2. Jesse Slomowitz (73)
3. Kristina Lawrence (70)
4. Fritz Farrow (65)

College of Optics and Photonics: RUN-OFF
Connor Dimatteo (1)
Mitchell Hunsucker (1)

College of Undergraduate Studies:
1. Theressa Tong (36)
2. Anthony Pagano (18)