ASUCD Election Data & History

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Winter 2003 ASUCD Election

Senate
# NAME SLATE VOTES
1 Student Focus 1656
2 Student Focus 1630
3 Student Focus 1506
4 Student Focus 1479
5 Student Focus 1471
6 Levale Simpson LEAD 1428
-----(the top 6 were elected)-----
7 LEAD 1288
8 Student Focus 1276
9 LEAD 1274
10 LEAD 1259
11 LEAD 1144
12 Independent 1005
13 Independent 842
14 Independent 716
14 Independent 652
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes: 18626
Total Unused Votes: ~4657+
Total Voters (Turnout): ~3881+
President & Vice-President
# NAME SLATE VOTES
1 Sara Henry & Kalen Gallagher Student Focus
2 Vanessa Webster & Caleb Hervey LEAD
Turnout Information
Total Valid Votes: ?
Total Abstained Votes: ?
Total Voters (Turnout): ?

 
Ballot Measures
NAME FOR AGAINST ABSTAIN RESULT TOTAL VOTES
Choice Voting Amendment 2005 1003 ? Passes ?

There were 18,626 votes used in the Senate election which puts the Senate turnout at a minimum of 3,105 voters. Looking at the previous ASUCD Elections that used Block Voting, I would estimate there were 25% to 30% of votes unused in the Senate election. Taking the more conservative figure of 25% we come up with an estimate of 23,283 possible votes from 3881 voters. This is a very rough estimate and it could have been higher, though I doubt it was lower.

Executive: The Student Focus ticket of Sara Henry and Kalen Gallagher won the Executive election.

The non-elected LEAD Senate candidates were: Alyssa Ferree, Kim Kunaniec, Chia Ling Teoh, Sidarth Kaw. LEAD officially supported Independent candidate Sonny Mohammadzadeh since they only had 5 Senate candidates. They also supported the Choice Voting Amendment.

Here is the breakdown for how each voting bloc ended up being represented in the Senate:

  • Student Focus gained 48.4% of votes cast and 83.3% of the Senate seats.
  • LEAD gained 34.3% of votes cast and 16.7% of the Senate seats.
  • Independents gained 17.3% of votes cast and 0% of the Senate seats.



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