Despite widespread student support for REVOLT’s policy initiative, voters this year soundly elected FUEL’s representatives.
Adam Roddy, junior in political science, won the presidential election with just over 8 percent of student body support.
The FUEL campaign carried the day, but REVOLT’s referendum received widespread student support with 4,287 votes.
“We are so estatic that the referendum has passed with overwhelming majority,” Eric Dixon, vice presidential candidate for REVOLT, said. “SGA next year will carry that and see it through and the administration will really view this as something that’s a madate from the students ...