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.