Key Baker elected ASEWU president

Baker defeats opponent by 11 votes


Bailey Monteith

Key Baker addresses the crowd at the ASEWU candidate debate. ASEUW won the election by 11 votes.

By Jeremy Burnham, Managing Editor

Key Baker has been elected ASEWU president, ASEWU announced this morning.

Baker defeated Reilly Responte by 11 votes. Overall, 1,093 (11.09%) students voted in the general election.

A full story covering the election, including interviews and results of the other races, will be posted early next week and will appear in issue 25 of The Easterner.