Carleton has voted, as can be seen here: http://www.cusaonline.com/elections/results_el.html
Despite a lot of talk that the "establishment/CFS" slate could be beaten this year, the Demand Better slate (which I was supporting) only managed to get one exec member elected, Nick Bergamini, who was basically the whistle blower in the whole Shineramagate. Unfortunately, Brittany Smyth, the incumbent President who mishandled the Shineramagate incident, was elected as a Public Affairs rep.
Beyond that, however, the story of the election is developing to be the appointment of the "Because It Matters" candidate Erik Halliwell as President, after the controversial disqualification of Bruce Kyereh-Addo (the Demand Better candidate) and Cam Macintosh, an independent candidate. Furthermore, lets take a look at the results of the exec positions in which the student vote in theory actually counted:
Joel Schuurman (Demand Better)
Meera Chander (Because It Matters)
Cameron McKenzie (Because It Matters)
Shaun Cawley (Demand Better)
VP Student Issues
Carlos Chacon (Because It Matters)
Nicholas Bergamini (Demand Better)
VP Student Services
Jessica Vasquez (Demand Better)
Shewit Kalaty (Because It Matters)
VP Student Life
Alexandre Sirois (Because It Matters)
As you can see, with the exception of the Student Life position, (the Demand Better candidate had to withdraw) the difference between the Demand Better and Because It Matters candidates was smaller then the number of ballots deemed to be spoiled and rejected. It remains to be seen how any appeals of the disqualified candidates will go, but after a lot of initial hope, it looks like broadly speaking, the establishment won again.
EDIT: Lots of rumours floating around that Bruce actually recieved more votes for President then Erik, around 1700.