About This General Election

ELECTIONS COMMISSIONER REPORT FILED BEFORE THE A.S.I. BOARD OF DIRECTORS on Thursday, May 7, 2015.

Presented by Nadia Sayed of the Elections Committee:

"I would like to announce the results of the 2015-2016 A.S.I. General Elections on behalf of Malik McMillian, A.S.I. Elections & Orientation Commissioner. Voting for Elections took place over three days: Monday, May 4 through Wednesday, May 6.

824 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 pm.

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

One grievance were submitted

  • A hearing was not held but the JRC did determine the defendant (A.S.I. General Election Slate: Student for Students Voices) was in violation of the A.S.I. General Election Policy (Policy 004, attached), Article IV, Section 10, Part D.
  • One warning was issued to the slate."

A.S.I. GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS 2015-16

 

College of Arts and Letters Representatives:

There were two candidates for this position. 82 votes were cast for the Arts & Letters Representative position.

  • Fernanda Napoles received 51 votes; 3 no confidence votes
  • Gregory Bates received 42 votes; 5 no confidence votes

Fernanda Napoles and Gregory Bates are the new Representatives for the College of Arts & Letters.

College of Business and Economics Representatives:

There were three candidates for this position. 159 votes were cast for the Business and Economics Representative positions.

  • Cynthia Alvarez received 112 votes; 0 no confidence votes
  • Sean Weerasinghe received 51 votes; 0 no confidence votes
  • Timothy Achinger received 32 votes; 0 no confidence votes

Cynthia Alvarez and Sean Weerasinghe are the new Representatives for the College of Business and Economics.

Charter College of Education Representatives:

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

  • Kidus Egzi received 32 votes; 1 no confidence vote

Kidus Egzi is the new Representative for the Charter College of Education.

College of Natural and Social Sciences Representatives:

There were two candidates for this position. 188 votes were cast for the Natural and Social Sciences Representative position.

  • Dennia Palmer received 135 votes; 11 no confidence votes
  • Hanz Fraunces Legaspi received 78 votes; 17 no confidence votes

Dennia Palmer and Hanz Fraunces Legaspi are the new representatives for the College of Natural and Social Sciences.

Campus Affairs Representative-at-Large:

There one candidate for this position. 640 votes were cast for Campus Affairs Representative-at-Large.

  • John Martinez received 581; 59 no confidence votes

John Martinez is the new Campus Affairs Representative-at-Large.

Academic Senator-Undergraduate:

There was one candidate for this position. 642 votes were cast for Academic Senator-Undergraduate.

  • Andre Leon 584 votes; 58 no confidence votes

Andre Leon is the new Undergraduate Academic Senator.

Academic Senator-Graduate:

There were two candidates for this position. 633 votes were cast for Academic Senator-Graduate.

  • Eduardo Ramirez received 570 votes; 63 people voted No Confidence.

Eduardo Ramirez is the new Graduate Academic Senator.

Before we announce the winners of the Executive Officer positions we have vacancies for the following positions:

  • Two College of Engineering, Computer Science, and Technology Representatives:
  • Two College of Health and Human Services Representatives:
  • One for Charter College of Education
  • One for Community Affairs Representative at Large:
  • Two for Academic Senators
  • One for Graduate Academic Senators
  • One for Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement

We are accepting applications online for the 2015-16 year. Go to https://www.asicsula.org/open-positions for more information or go to https://www.asicsula.org/apply and apply right away.

Now for the Executive Board results…

Secretary/Treasurer:

There was one candidate for this position. 662 votes were cast for the Secretary/Treasurer position.

  • Joselyn Diaz received 608 votes; 54 people voted No Confidence.

Joselyn Diaz is the new Secretary/Treasurer.

Vice President for Finance:

There one candidate for this position. 638 votes were cast for the Vice President for Finance position.

  • Antonio Canzona 578; 60 people voted No Confidence.

Antonio Canzona is the new Vice President for Finance.

Vice President for Academic Governance:

There was one candidate for this position. 649 votes were cast for Vice President for Academic Governance.

  • Nicole McCue received 591 votes; 58 people voted No Confidence.

Nicole McCue is the new Vice President for Academic Governance.

Vice President for Administration:

There were two candidates for the Vice President for Administration position. 736 votes were cast for the Vice President for Administration position.

  • Matthew Gonzalez received 332 votes
  • Samuel Garza received 404 votes

Samuel Garza is the new Vice President for Administration.

President

There was one candidate running for A.S.I. President. 713 votes were cast for the President position.

  • Ejmin Hakobian received 636 votes
  • 77 people voted No Confidence.

Ejmin Hakobian 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 December 28, 2015