In the class of 2017 council races, the results are in.
Anuj Sharma and Chris Allison of the "Morningside Mojo" party were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the Columbia College class of 2017—and with only 95 votes.
Meanwhile, Robert Adelson and Jonathan Barrios of the "They SEAS Me Rollin'" party were elected president and vice president, respectively, of the School of Engineering and Applied Science's class of 2017 council. Adelson won his race by a mere two votes and Barrios by only four votes.
Sheila Alexander, Annette Finnegan, and Abby Porter were elected as Columbia College Student Council's class of 2017 representatives. Alexander and Porter ran independently, and Finnegan ran on the "Morningside Mojo" ticket.
Harry Munroe of "They SEAS Me Rollin'" and Sarah Yang of "Vitamin SEAS" were elected as the Engineering Student Council's class of 2017 representatives. Seth Hochhauser was elected as ESC's first representative for the 3-2 Combined Plan, which allows students to study at SEAS for two years after completing three years at a liberal arts college.
The CCSC election saw a voter turnout of 40 percent, down from last year's 53 percent turnout, and the ESC election saw a 55 percent voter turnout, up from last year's 46 percent.