Kyleigh Cramerm, bold campaign manager and Connor Sanburn, newly elected SGA president Feb. 25, 2020, in the Ball Communications building. Bold won the election against Alliance with 53.1 percent of the vote. Jacob Musselman, DN
Bold wins Ball State's 2020 SGA election
Coming out of a runoff election, the Bold slate won the Student Government Association (SGA) election, ending the three-week-long election season.
With 53.1 percent of the student vote, Bold won the election, defeating the Alliance slate, which secured 41 percent of the vote. The no-confidence vote secured 5.9 percent of the vote.
The runoff election had a voter turnout of 1,853 students, 108 fewer votes than this year’s first round but 229 more votes than last year's second round of voting.
SGA Elections Commissioner Thomas May said these are the percentages and number of votes each slate received:
Bold: 53.1%, or 984 votes
Alliance: 40.96%, or 759 votes
No confidence: 5.94%, or 110 votes
Total votes: 1,853
The Bold slate will be inaugurated April 15.
This story will be updated.