About This Election

ELECTIONS COMMISSIONER REPORT FILED BEFORE THE A.S.I. BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Presented by Malik McMillian the Elections and Orientation Commissioner: "I would like to announce the results of the 2014-2015 ASI General Elections. Voting for Elections took place over three days: Monday, May 5 through Wednesday, May 7. 1,936 students voted electronically via the Golden Eagle Territory (GET) system.  The election was closed at 7:00pm on Wednesday night. General Election Ballots result reporting took place at 7:02pm.

All results are valid. No concerns regarding the voting process were shared with the Elections Committee.

Two total grievances were submitted

  • A hearing was held for one and the JRC found there were no grounds to support the charge.
  • One was dismissed

A.S.I. GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS 2014-15

College of Arts and Letters Representatives:

There were three candidates for this position. 235 votes were cast for the Arts & Letters Representative position.

  • Marina Vilhena received 99 votes.
  • Matthew Gonzales received 64 votes.
  • Emmanuel Solis received 101 votes.

Marina Vilhena and Emmanuel Solis are the new Representatives for the College of Arts & Letters.

College of Business and Economics Representatives:

There were four candidates for this position. 235 votes were cast for the Business and Economics Representative positions.

  • Norma Sierra received 90 votes
  • Christian Macabasco received 45 votes
  • Karla Guardado received 103 votes
  • Sevana Simonyan received 74 votes

Karla Guardado and Norma Sierra are the new Representatives for the College of Business and Economics.

Charter College of Education Representatives:

There were two candidates for this position. 33 votes were cast for the Charter College of Education Representative positions.

  • Bruce Varona received 19 votes.
  • Two people voted No Confidence.
  • Cynthia Aguilar received 20 votes.
  • One person voted No Confidence.

Bruce Varona and Cynthia Aguilar are the new Representatives for the Charter College of Education.

College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology Representatives:

There was one candidate for this position. 198 votes were cast for the Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology Representative positions.

  • Paolo John Galicia received 171 votes.
  • 27 people voted No Confidence.

Paolo John Galicia is the new Representative for the College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology.

College of Health and Human Services Representatives:

There was one candidate for this position. 389 votes were cast for the College of Health and Human Services Representative positions.

  • Nancy Flores received 372 votes.
  • 17 people voted No Confidence.

Nancy Flores is the new Representative for the College of Health and Human Services.

College of Natural and Social Sciences Representatives:

There were two candidates for this position. 404 votes were cast for the Natural and Social Sciences Representative position.

  • Alina Carmona received 241 votes
  • 22 people voted No Confidence.
  • Lisa Vittayarukskul received 206 votes
  • 16 people voted No Confidence.

Alina Carmona and Lisa Vittayarukskul are the new representatives for the College of Natural and Social Sciences.

Campus Affairs Representative-at-Large:

There were two candidates for this position. 1,556 votes were cast for Campus Affairs Representative-at-Large.

  • Magali Espinoza-Cruz received 842 votes.
  • Stephan Densby received 714 votes.

Magali Espinoza-Cruz is the new Campus Affairs Representative-at-Large.

Community Affairs Representative at Large:

There were two candidates for this position. 1,482 votes were cast for Community Affairs Representative-at-Large.

  • Alexandra Johnson received 695 votes.
  • Diego Tinoco received 741 votes.

Diego Tinoco is the new Community Affairs Representative at Large.

Legislative Affairs Representative at Large:

There was one candidate for this position. 1,484 votes were cast for Legislative Affairs Rep at Large.

  • Sasha Perez received 1,363 votes.
  • 121 people voted No Confidence.

Sasha Perez is the new Legislative Affairs Representative At Large.

Academic Senator-Undergraduate:

There was one candidate for this position. 1,475 votes were cast for Academic Senator-Undergraduate.

  • Dennia Palmer received 1, 366 votes.
  • 109 people voted No Confidence.

Dennia Palmer is the new Academic Senator-Undergraduate.

Academic Senator-Graduate:

There were two candidates for this position. 1, 452 votes were cast for Academic Senator-Graduate.

  • Carmen Avalos received 981 votes.
  • 66 people voted No Confidence.
  • Uriel Serrano received 570 votes.
  • 68 people voted No Confidence.

Carmen Avalos and Uriel Serrano are the new Academic Senators-Graduate.

Now for the Executive Board results…

Secretary/Treasurer:

There was one candidate for this position. 1,511 votes were cast for the Secretary/Treasurer position.

  • Ruth Ramos received 1, 365 votes
  • 146 people voted No Confidence.

Ruth Ramos is the new Secretary/Treasurer.

Vice President for Finance:

There were three candidates for this position. 1, 649 votes were cast for the Vice President for Finance position.

  • Ernesto Covarrubias-Flores received 741 votes.
  • Roger Buena received 510 votes.
  • Saul Blas Pedral received 398 votes.

Ernesto Covarrubias-Flores is the new Vice President for Finance.

Vice President for Academic Governance:

There was one candidate for this position. 1,562 votes were cast for Vice President for Academic Governance.

  • Nicholas Carrillo received 1,391 votes.
  • 171 people voted No Confidence.

Nicholas Carrillo is the new Vice President for Academic Governance.

Vice President for Administration:

There were three candidates for the Vice President for Administration position. 1,699 votes were cast for the Vice President for Administration position.

  • Alicia Soto received 661 votes
  • Cynthia Jandres received 274 votes
  • Dean Truong received 764 votes

Dean Truong is the new Vice President for Administration.

President

There were two candidates running for A.S.I. President. 1, 751 votes were cast for the President position.

  • Luis Antezana received 775 votes
  • Shane Vera received 976 votes

Shane Vera is the new A.S.I. President.

The Elections Commission and JRC would like to thank all of the candidates for their efforts to increase student involvement in the General Elections process. Thanks to the students on the commission and JRC for your support, time, and energy. Also, I would like to take a moment to thank those folks behind the scenes who supported the administrative and technical needs to make this year's online general election process a success. Those are the results of the General Elections. Thank you for your participation in this important process.

Last modified on January 7, 2015