AUBURN, Ala. (EETV) - After Tuesday's SGA election, the complete breakdown of the votes are in.
Out of 29,193 eligible voters, 9,843 voters participated, this meant that there was a 33.72 percent voter turnout.
For the SGA presidential election, Rett Waggoner won with 51.5 percent of the votes after one round of run-offs. Those runoffs redistribute first choice votes for the candidate with the least amount of votes to other candidates based on second choice votes. Waggoner had received the most number of votes during the run-off. Tyler Ward came in second with 48.5 percent of the votes after the run-off. Waggoner lost 52 votes because of a campaign violations but did not change the outcome of the election.
The race for SGA vice president was not as close however. Cole Callahan won with 67.43 percent of the votes while Andrew Dismukes had 32.57 percent of the votes. This race did not require a run-off.
The race for SGA treasurer did not require a run-off but it was still tight. Stephen Sadie won with 56.56 percent of the votes while Hannah Streitman received 43.44 percent of the votes.
Miss Auburn did not require a run-off either but it was still close. Caroline Keim won, receiving 30.59 percent of the votes, Kathleen Sullivan received 27.1 percent of the vote, Abigail Smith received 18.25 percent of the votes, Elaine Shankute received 12.22 percent of the votes, and Mary Collins received 11.83 percent of the votes.