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Graves, Nf-rti, l5B . ' T I M vj 771 Volume 9 Number 22 Kerry Graves and Janet Grundvig won the presidential election by a close margin of votes. Primary Election Results By Kendall Warburton The results of the Primary elections came in early Tuesday morning. All of the races were very close, with some of the races being decided only a few votes. The voter turn out was lower than desired. With only 639 students voting in the primaries. I The Primary Elections I might have changed if the studentbody would have shown more interest in voting booth. The results of the Primary Election are listed below. In the Presidential race Kerry Graves and Janet Grundvig received 234 votes; Clay Lantz and Kip Gibson received 190 votes and Wade Hansen and Pat Petersen received 158. The race for Social Vice President was very Qrundvig Inli'n By Marrow Margin OFFICIAL NEWSPAPER OF UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE close with Paul Strong getting 207 votes; Karen Ottesen receiving 201 votes and Bobby Willis getting 182 votes. The race for Cultural Vice President ended in a tie between Lisa Wardle and Liz Throkmorton, each with a total of 170 votes. Julie Johnson received 130 votes. Out of the four candidates for Special Events, Ellie Davis received 231 votes; Shad Bordman came in second with 160 votes; Randall Smith got 121 votes and Independant Candidate Robert Conover received 41 votes. Academic Vice Presidental winners were Donna Black with 210 votes and Bill Brown with 178. Konni Jasperson received 166 votes and Willie Blocker got 49. Ryan Thorn received 227 votes for Financial f i Director and Lyn Ann Gleave got 179. Becky Huff came in with a close third with 163 votes. Only two candidates were running for Public Relations. They were Roland Benson with 229 votes and Lori Ann Hansen with 227 votes. Receives Auard Kathy Ann Bennett, a Sophomore in Office Administration at Utah Technical College (Provo-Orem), was selected to represent UTC at an evening honoring outstanding college and high school business students. Kathy was honored by Professional, Secretaries International on Monday evening, April 20, at the Bungalow in Pleasant Grove. This special "Secretary Honor Election Between When the final elections are held for studentbody officers no better words can express the scene than Jim McKay's "thrill of victory and agony of defeat." Before the present studentbody president, Mark Fisher announced the winners in this years campaign, a (pat) of excitement hungover the large crowd gathered in the Orem capus' student center. TLpr.'j representing next years studentbody will be Kerry Graves, President ; Janet Grundvig, Vice President; Karen Ottesen, Social VP; Liz Throckmorton, Cultural VP; Ellie Davis, Special Events VP; Bill Brown, Academic VP; Lyn Ann Gleave, Financial VP; and Lori Hansen Public Relations. President - elect Graves comment on the final outcome of the election was, "the whole moment seemed like a dream. I was as tense as when my plane landed at the airport upon my arrival from my mission." "Next year we are going to push for a gymnasium and to get a Night" was part of Secretaries Week festivities sponsored by the Timp Valley Chapter of PSI, according to Rob Metcalf, CPS of Eagle Marketing and Community Press of Provo. Described as "dedicated and professional in her approach to all her tasks," Kathy Bennett was selected by the UTC Office Administration Department AT PROVOOREM Finals Split 3 Major Parties markee placed to better involve the studentbody," Graves said. "It hurts to think of all the time and effort spent for those who lost," was Graves final reply. Karen Ottesen said, "next year will be exciting with more fun activities, dances, movies, and fund raising events." "I'm just shocked," was Ellie Davis' Response.When asked about her feelings with her victory Janet Grundvig replied, "I was sad that the people who worked so hard didn't make it, but I am glad its all over." "I am really grateful for my running mates of the High Energy Party, especially Wade and Pat. Every party had sharp people, no matter who was elected to the offices would have done a good job," retorted Bill Brown. Brown also made mentiorf-that he would try to fulfill his promise of rootbeer in the water fountains. Lyn Ann Gleave said, "there will be a lot of responsibility next year. I hope I can do my best job." Lori Hansen replied that she would "like to see more posters, and groups join together to increase student participation." Of course, there is the other side of the coin to this year's election. Those part," he added. C3un!i Gonveov Even though not many participated, we still found our hunk. There were five individual winners, John Blewett took best mustache, beard; Clay Lantz was dubbed to have, the nice hairdo. Beer Belly winner was Rick Thomas. Tim Turpin's April 24, 1981 who lost in the finals only did so by close margins. Calculated on daytime students, a final of 10.3 percent of the student-body participated in the final voting process. The largest vote loss margin amoung the candidates was only 25 votes. After the election results had been released to the studentbody at the election dance. Wednesday, Tom Hover, Director of Student Services found a sealed ballot box in his office. An official recount took place Thursday morning, changing the outcome in the election for Cultural Vice President. The additional 100 ballots placed Lisa Wardle as the winner with 201 votes MttSTAz- Throckmorton withi194 J votesTWe "will give the official votes in the next issue of the paper. "We are deeply sorry. It was a complete oversight on our part. We thought we had all the boxes opened and accounted for. We don't know why it happened and we really want to apologize to Liz," said Hover. "It's no one's fault, it was just an oversight on the election committee's sexy legs got him a win. Watch out girls, Shad Boardman has the hottest lips at UTC. Of course we can't forget the total Hunk of all Kerry Graves. The individual winners received a UTC T-shirt and a blue ribbon. Kerry took home a trophy - and a blue ribbon.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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