|NAME ||SLATE ||1ST PLACE VOTES|
|Armando Figueroa ||SMART ||669|
|Alyson Sagala ||SMART ||524|
|Tal Topf ||NOW ||481|
|Liam Burke ||Independent ||475|
|Felicia Ong ||NOW ||473|
|Maxwell Kappes ||Independent ||440|
|Jonathan Yip ||NOW ||372|
|Robert Helfend ||NOW ||348|
|Olivia Brown ||SMART ||325|
|Kevin Pelstring ||NOW ||320|
|David Belcher ||Independent ||210|
|Kirby Araullo ||SMART ||166|
|Lee Lo ||SMART ||115|
|Gloria Chen ||Independent ||45|
|Total Valid Votes: ||4963 |
|Total Abstained Votes: ||45|
|Total Voters (Turnout): ||5008||
|NAME ||FOR ||AGAINST ||ABSTAIN ||RESULT ||TOTAL VOTES
|Constitutional Amendment ||2928 ||152 ||2169 ||Passes ||5249
Note: Here is the breakdown for how each voting bloc ended up being represented in the Senate:
- NOW gained 40.2% of first round votes and 33.3% of the Senate seats.
- SMART gained 36.2% of first round votes and 33.3% of the Senate seats.
- Independents gained 23.6% of the first round votes and 33.3% of the Senate seats.
Note: The threshold for this election was 710. The threshold is determined by valid votes (4963) divided by the number of open seats plus one (7) with that total (709) having one (1) added to it.
(4963 / 7 = 709 + 1 = 710)