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Goodricke students gathered at the top floor of Yates to see the announcement of the results of their JCRC election on Tuesday night. The close run campaign for chair ended with Emily Miller being elected with 238 votes and the only other candidate, George Davis, winning only 84.
Christina Oulton, Elleanor Utting, Emily Hogan and Millie Jones were appointed to the position of Rag Officers and Joshua Henning took the position of Secretary. Megan Cross was elected Vice-Chair of services with 154 votes.
O'Shaughness was voted in with 121 votes on the second round of the AV style election process, only 3 more than Carney, leading to the loudest cheering of the night. Afterwards he said he felt "fantastic but upset that it had to come out of such controversy".
Nacho Hernando, the now former Goodricke Chair, praised the evening and everyone who was voted in, commenting: "We've elected a committee that is very strong. They will outshine us in every way."
Hernando also added his support for Tom Martin who, "has been an amazing Returning Officer, he is due much credit for tonight."
The new chair ended the evening by saying she was, "really, really pleased, not just for [herself] but for the whole team" and expressed her excitement at working with "such a strong committee" for the next year.
The results are as follows:
Vice Chair for Democracy and Welfare
Vice Chair for Services
Male Welfare Officer
Female Welfare Officer
Aniket Datta and Sope Adekola
Christina Oulton, Eleanor Utting, Emily Hogan and Millie Jones
Tom Merriman and Ben Crawley
Hannah Kennedy and Emily Hopkins
Alex McDonald and Josh Douglas
Adam Rolewicz and Devi Bridglal
Doris Llumigusin, Henna Ishaq and Katy Mills
Karl Jones, Oli Loftus, Russell Joyce and Liam McDaid
Ahmed Farooq and Joanna Athanasi
Joseph Sako and Lauren Hunter
Baker Court Representatives
Matthew Ayres and Sarah Harvey
Sheldon Court Representatives
Danny Philpot and Jessica Britland