HSC 2020 General Election Results

Harriton High School, devoid of students and closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Student Council’s General Elections took place virtually. Photo: Sam Catania, Harriton TV

HSC completed its general election and counted a total of 591 verified votes, according to a press release published by Harriton Student Council. Harriton TV obtained the full results of the election for each candidate. Each voter was given two votes to cast for each office, but was able to cast only one of the two or abstain.

OfficeCandidateTotal # of VotesPercent of Vote in Race
PresidentNiosha Parvizi26544.84%
PresidentAndy Wu32655.16%
Vice PresidentCamille Fürer29449.92%
Vice PresidentAudrey Sigler29550.08%
SecretaryJordan Lewis19411.05%
SecretaryJade Zhu39166.84%
TreasurerKaelyn Klatte18030.82%
TreasurerSophie Weinstein40469.18%
Sergeant-at-ArmsEli Feldman30952.64%
Sergeant-at-ArmsMikey Kotler27847.36%

To clarify, the following candidates won and will be the 2020 Harriton Student Council officers.

PresidentAndy Wu
Vice PresidentAudrey Sigler
SecretaryJade Zhu
TreasurerSophie Weinstein
Sergeant-at-ArmsEli Feldman

According to Student Council, 594 votes were initially cast in the election but 3 were found to be illegal. Only 9th through 11th grade students at Harriton are eligible to vote. Student Council told Harriton TV that one Harriton senior and two Lower Merion High School students attempted to vote in the election.

Voter turnout marked an increase from the primary election round, in which only 542 valid votes were cast. Approximately 62% of 9th through 11th grade students at Harriton voted in the General Election. About 78% of 11th graders, 62% of 10th graders, and 51% of 9th graders voted.

Harriton TV is a student-run news organization that has no direct affiliation with Harriton Student Council.

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