0.6 percent of IUPUI student body voted in latest student government elections

Clara Pineda, USG President-elect

On Tuesday, the Undergraduate Student Government (USG) at IUPUI announced that Clara Pineda won their latest presidential election. Pineda ran unopposed, and 0.6 percent of the undergraduate student body participated in the election. 109 students voted for her ticket, and 1 student voted no confidence.

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