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Complete 2013 Penn State BOT Election Results 1-39

Want to see how your candidate finished in this year’s Board of Trustees election? Penn State doesn’t rank the candidates — only lists them by ballot position — so we did it for you. 26 candidates received over 1,000 votes with a total of 33,777 alumni voting this year. The top three won positions on the board and will begin serving their three-year terms.

1. Barbara Doran, 15,085

2. William “Bill” Oldsey, 13,940

3. Edward “Ted” Brown, 11,403

4. Paul Suhey, 4,521

5. Ted Sebastianelli, 3,188

6. Robert Jubelirer, 3,030

7. David Mullaly, 2,996

8. Kathleen Pavelko, 2,732

9. Vincent Tedesco, 2,250

10. John Diercks, 2,133

11. Stephanie Deviney, 2,026

12. Amy Williams, 1,987

13. O. Richard Bundy III, 1,976

14. Pratima Gatehouse, 1,869

15. Ben Novak, 1,863

16. Thomas Conley, 1,788

17. William Cluck, 1,695

18. Mark Connolly, 1,375

19. Eugene Bella, 1,362

20. Ryan Bagwell, 1,360

21. Darlene Baker, 1,321

22. Doreen Schivley, 1,184

23. J. Andrew Weidman, 1,118

24. Scott Kimler, 1,084

25. Gregory “Sandy” Sanderson, 1,012

26. Christopher Owens, 1,003

27. Christopher Bartnik, 995

28. Patrick Howley, 980

29. Matthew Bird, 887

30. Charles Mazzitti, 849

31. Rudy Glocker, 771

32. John Mason Jr., 753

33. Robert Hooper, 752

34. Jeff Goldsmith, 675

35. Robert McKinnon, 509

36. Robert Bowsher, 495

37. Robert Grimes, 460

38. Gregory Slachta, 444

39. Frederik Riefkohl, 414

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Kevin Horne

Kevin Horne was the editor of Onward State from 2012-2014 and currently holds the position of Managing Editor Emeritus, which is a fake title he made up. He graduated from Penn State with degrees journalism and political science in 2014 and is currently seeking his J.D. at the Penn State Dickinson School of Law. A third generation Penn Stater from Williamsport, Pa., Kevin is also the president of the graduate student government. Email: [email protected]

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