Summary

Candidates

16 candidates ran for six seats, and the voter turnout was 2,609.

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Elected

# Candidate Slate
#1Mikaela TennerIndependent
#2Georgia SavageBASED
#3Joshua DalavaiIndependent
#4Parteek SinghBASED
#5Puneet DhindsaIndependent
#6Adilla JamaludinBASED

Not Elected

Candidate Slate
Lynn AyalaBASED
Zheng XuIndependent
Nolan MatterIndependent
Jacquelene ObeidBASED
Jordan WilliamsonIndependent
David BelcherSMARTER
Tyler LongenbaughF.U.C.K.
Jack FoleySMARTER
Tiffany JiangIndependent
Mark HrobuchakSMARTER

Slate Representation

Four slates ran in this election. Slates are like political parties that run together as a group and pool resources.

#1 Choices Received By Each Slate

Slate Percent Count
Independent 52.89% 1380.00
BASED 39.82% 1039.00
SMARTER 4.83% 126.00
F.U.C.K. 2.45% 64.00

Seats Received By Each Slate

Slate Percent Count
Independent 50.00% 3.00
BASED 50.00% 3.00

Number of Choices That Voters Ranked

Voters can rank as many or as few candidates on their ballot as they want.

Stat Value
Average # Ranked 4.73
Median # Ranked 3

Voter Satisfaction

Shows which choice on the ballot was elected for voters. This is different from ballot representation because a voter can have their second choice elected, even though their ballot went to elect their third or fourth choice during the count.

Choice Percent Count
#1 choice 65.20% 1701.00
#2 choice 14.30% 373.00
No choices 12.19% 318.00
#3 choice 5.10% 133.00
#4 choice 1.95% 51.00
#5 choice 0.80% 21.00
#6 choice 0.34% 9.00
#8 choice 0.08% 2.00
#7 choice 0.04% 1.00

Ballot Representation

Shows where each ballot ultimately ended up, which is subtly different from voter satisfaction.

Choice Percent Count
#1 choice 65.00% 1695.96
No choices 15.18% 396.16
#2 choice 10.23% 266.92
#3 choice 4.88% 127.38
#4 choice 2.04% 53.21
#5 choice 1.00% 26.13
#6 choice 0.69% 18.07
#8 choice 0.35% 9.05
#7 choice 0.19% 5.06
#9 choice 0.15% 4.02
#10 choice 0.12% 3.02
#11 choice 0.08% 2.01
#12 choice 0.08% 2.01
#14 choice 0.00% 0.01