ASUCD Election Data & History

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Winter 2000 ASUCD Election

Senate
# NAME SLATE VOTES
1 Yoon "Peter" Nam LEAD 1086
2 Rebecca Craemer LEAD 922
3 Anna Aguilar ? 875
4 John Lee ? 867
5 Lisa Berney-Mixon ? 861
6 Patrick Sukeforth LEAD 857
-----(the top 6 were elected)-----
7 Anthony Volkar ? 824
8 Kourtney Gamble ? 809
9 Paul Devoto ? 806
10 Ryan Richmond ? 710
11 Balaji Venkat ? 694
12 Salvador "Sal" Serrano ? 672
13 Molly Jansen ? 625
14 Jennafer Casterton ? 561
15 Mike Tung ? 493
16 Denise C. Vardakas ? 321
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes:
Total Unused Votes:
Total Voters (Turnout): 3089
President & Vice-President
# NAME SLATE VOTES
1 Matt Huerta & Erica Alfaro LEAD 911
2 Jenna Ramesh & Lamar Heystek ? 860
3 Lambert Shiu & Dorothy Howe ? 590
4 Penelope "Penny" Ceja & Justin Locke ? 370
5 Billy Ralston III & Justin Dunworth ? 178
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes (Turnout): 2909
Total Abstained Votes: 180
Total Voters (Turnout): 3089

 
Ballot Measures
NAME FOR AGAINST ABSTAIN RESULT TOTAL VOTERS
Student Program Assistance 1705 1116 268 Fails 3089

 
President & Vice-President (Run-Off Election)
# NAME SLATE VOTES
1 Matt Huerta & Erica Alfaro LEAD 1264
2 Jenna Ramesh & Lamar Heystek ? 1060
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes: 2324
Total Abstained Votes:
Total Voters (Turnout): 3089

Senate: There were 3089 voters with 6 votes each for a total of 18,534 possible votes. There were 11,983 actual votes cast (64.7%).

Executive: The top two tickets received 31.3% and 29.6% of the vote respectively in the initial executive race. Since no ticket had a majority a runoff election was held between these top two tickets.

The Student Program Assistance ballot measure required a turnout greater than or equal to the average of the last four ASUCD elections in which a president was elected (3,593). It was 504 voters short. The only other requirement was a majority vote in favor, which it achieved.

This was the first election contested by LEAD. LEAD would go on to contest all but two elections until Fall 2010, its last election.



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