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Winter 2005 ASUCD Election

Senate1
NAME SLATE 1ST PLACE VOTES
Rob Roy FUCK 544
Avanindar "Avi" Singh Independent 386
Arsen "Ari" Kalfayan Student Focus 278
Cindy Yu Student Focus 214
Eric Fox Independent 202
Kyle Keene LEAD 180
Ami Vora Student Focus 173
Kale Jenks Student Focus 169
Andrew Wong LEAD 168
Jonathon Leathers Independent 158
Behzad Farahbakhsh Independent 151
Devin Whitney LEAD 133
Nadeah Vali LEAD 132
Paul Ivanov FUCK 117
Ann Marie Sanchez LEAD 104
Justin Hourany Independent 99
Gemma Jimenez LEAD 97
Kristen Birdsall FUCK 93
Pedro Hernandez FUCK 91
Teresa Kenny FUCK 68
Kai Savaree-Ruess Student Focus 57
Chad "Reverend" Van Schoelandt FUCK 56
Mohammad "Yahya" Rouhani FUCK 48
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes: 3718
Total Abstained Votes:
Total Voters (Turnout):
President & Vice-President
NAME SLATE 1ST PLACE VOTES
Caliph Assagai & Darnell Holloway LEAD 2321
Sapana Shende & Jenni Beeman Student Focus 1151
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes: 3472
Total Abstained Votes:
Total Voters (Turnout):

 
Ballot Measures2
NAME FOR AGAINST ABSTAIN RESULT TOTAL VOTES
The IRS Amendment ? ? ? Passes ?
ASUCD Court Amendment ? ? ? Passes ?

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1st Place Votes:

Number of Seats Won:

1Note: There were 8 open seats during this election, which made for an amazingly accurate outcome. Here is the breakdown for how each voting bloc ended up being represented in the Senate:

  • FUCK gained 27.4% of first round votes and 25% of the Senate seats.
  • Independents gained 26.8% of the first round votes and 25% of the Senate seats.
  • Student Focus gained 24.0% of first round votes and 25% of the Senate seats.
  • LEAD gained 21.9% of first round votes and 25% of the Senate seats.

Had there been only the 6 normal seats up for election, Eric Fox (Independent) and Nadeah Vali (LEAD) would not have been elected. Obviously four relatively equal voting blocs with 8 open seats is an ideal situation for a proportional representation system. Having 8 open seats made this a unique election but having four equally supported voting blocs made it even more unique. It did not last long however because FUCK went from being the most popular slate in one election to not existing in the next election. There were also no significant Independent or "third party" slates that ran in the next election either.

2Note: Both measures passed although I do not have any further information. More information on the ballot measures.



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