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New CPBA senator

After a run-off election, a round of suspensions and a total of 110 votes, Adam Lutz was elected the next College of Business and Public Administration Senator Monday night.

Both candidates — Lutz and Nick Kollauf — were write-in candidates after being suspended from the ballot after missing a mandatory “publicity blitz” said Election Commission Co-Chair Alex Bergman. Once voting was over, Kollauf was disqualified for violating terms set by the Election Commission Rules and Regulations packet. The commission filed the complaint, but Bergman could not disclose more information to The Times-Delphic at this time because of the nature of the complaint.

“It warranted the maximum penalty,” he said. The commission then voted unanimously to disqualify Kollauf.

Lutz garnered 58 percent of the votes after the election was over. He will join the other educational senators on the Academic Affairs committee.

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LAUREN HORSCH

Horsch is a junior news/Internet and rhetoric double major. She serves as the TD's Editor-in-Chief. She has been on staff for three years and has been the editor since January 2012.

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