“I thought the election could go either way right up until the last moment because of how committed and passionate both teams were,” Piercey said.
“There will be no meeting for any impeachment, as I and a fellow senator have already resigned due to the actions of UGBC over the past few days,” said Steve DiPietro, MCAS ’19.
Piercey and Fletcher received 1,551 votes. The opposing team, Taraun Frontis, CSOM ’19, and Aneeb Sheikh, MCAS ’20, received 1,204.
The candidates were asked to respond to a variety of questions, ranging from issues of diversity and inclusion to discussing the challenges they would face in office if elected.