Voting for the Election took place over two days
Tuesday, March 26 through Wednesday, March 27, 2019. 1,331 valid ballots were cast electronically via the Golden Eagle Territory (GET) system. This was a 13% increase from 2018. The election was closed at 7 pm on Wednesday, March 27, 2019. The ITS generated results report ID# LAASI001 was provided to and verified by the Division of Student Life on Thursday, March 28, 2019. All results are valid without any pending grievances.


Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services Representative:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 289 votes were cast for the Natural and Social Sciences Representative position.
  • Nadine Gostantian received 267 votes, 22 people voted No Confidence.

Nadine Gostantian is the new Rongxiang Xu College of Health and Human Services Representative.


College of Natural and Social Sciences Representative:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 259 votes were cast for the Natural and Social Sciences Representative position.
  • Sathya Raminani received 236 votes, 23 people voted No Confidence.

Sathya Raminani is the new Representative for the College of Natural and Social Sciences.


College of Business and Economics Representative:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 163 votes were cast for the College of Business and Economics Representative position.
  • Jorge Salazar received 150 votes, 13 people voted No Confidence.

Jorge Salazar is the new College of Business and Economics Representative.


Diversity & Inclusion Officer:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 1104 votes were cast for Diversity & Inclusion Officer.
  • Kimberline Rodriguez received 1008 votes. 96 people voted No Confidence.

Kimberline Rodriguez is the new Diversity & Inclusion Officer.


Civic Engagement Officer:

  • There was one candidate for this position. 1106 votes were cast for Civic Engagement Officer.
  • Pandian Rajaram received 996 votes. 110 people voted No Confidence.

Pandian Rajaram is the new Civic Engagement Officer.


Undergraduate Academic Senator:

  • There were four candidates for these positions.
  • 1041 votes were cast for Undergraduate Academic Senator.
  • Jacob Amaya received 467 votes.
  • Kyle Taing received 299 votes.
  • Merridith Chou received 371 votes.
  • Pratyush Muthukumar received 222 votes.

Jacob Amaya, Merridith Chou, and Kyle Taing are the new Undergraduate Academic Senators.


Graduate Academic Senator:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 70 votes were cast for Graduate Academic Senator.
  • Christian Flores received 68 votes. 2 people voted No Confidence.

Christian Flores is the new Graduate Academic Senator.


Secretary/Treasurer:

  • There were three candidates for this position.
  • 1136 votes were cast for the Secretary/Treasurer position.
  • David San received 417 votes.
  • Harshita Vallasmsetty received 340 votes.
  • Kevin Diego-Perez received 379 votes.

David San is the new Secretary/Treasurer.


Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 1128 votes were cast for the Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement position.
  • Joceline Rivera Jimenez received 1032 votes. 96 people voted No Confidence.

Joceline Rivera Jimenez is the new Vice President for External Affairs and Advancement.


Vice President for Finance: There was one candidate for this position. 1,139 votes were cast for the Vice President for Finance position. Christopher Koo received 1018 votes. 121 people voted No Confidence.

Christopher Koo is the new Vice President for Finance.


Vice President for Academic Governance:

  • There was one candidate for this position.
  • 1,138 votes were cast for Vice President for Academic Governance.
  • Jacquelyn Acosta received 1041 votes. 97 people voted No Confidence.

Jacquelyn Acosta is the new Vice President for Academic Governance.


President:

  • There were two candidates running for ASI President.
  • 1,258 votes were cast for the President position.
  • Aaron Castaneda received 763 votes.
  • Prince Sesay received 495 votes.

Aaron Castaneda is the new ASI President.

Last modified on May 15, 2019