Amanda Holloway and Vince Winston won the University of Oklahoma Student Association election Tuesday, according to preliminary election results.
The two will take over as president and vice president, respectively, this month from Kenah Nyanat and Tatianna Cannon.
Holloway and Winston received 3,396 votes in the student elections that started Tuesday and ended Wednesday evening.
They beat Matt Brown and Carol Bodine, who received 2,440 votes.
The referendum asking for changes to the faculty's dead week policy passed overwhelmingly, 4,374 votes to 315.
A total of 6,018 students voted in this year's UOSA election.
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