Brock University students have chosen their 2014 executive.
Roland Erman will take over from Cooper Millard as president.
Erman, who didn’t have an opponent, received 3,313 votes (90.3 per cent), easily eclipsing the 50 per cent of ‘yes’ votes he needed.
Kyle Rose defeated Harish Aggarwal and Michael Nash for vice-president, finance and administration. Rose captured 2083 votes (54.4 per cent), while Aggarwal had 1,479 (38.6 per cent) and Nash finished with 270 (7 per cent).
Drew Ursacki is the new vice-president, external affairs after getting 1,782 votes (48 per cent). He beat Kevin Wilson (1,482) and Erik Deacons (450).
In the race for vice-president, student services, Paul Dermody had 1,743 votes (44.1 per cent) to defeat Lashkar Dehal (1,140) and Ernie Mehra (1,070).
Christopher Yendt (87.4 per cent), Antonio Sergi (76 per cent) and Yi Gao (69.4 per cent) will comprise the new board of directors.
The referendum motion was also voted down, meaning students won’t be required to pay a $32.00 flat fee, to be charged to all undergraduate students, to support the Brock University Students’ Union Programing Levy.
Of 3,528 votes, 72 per cent were against the proposal.
In total, 4,199 students (23.4 per cent) voted over three days. The 2014 executive will take office May 1.
2014 BUSU executive team
President, Roland Erman
Vice-president, finance & administration: Kyle Rose
Vice-president, external affairs: Drew Ursacki
Vice-president, student services: Paul Dermody
Board of directors