LIVE: Results from the 2015 ASUC general elections

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Tim Hyon/Staff

The Daily Californian will be updating this page with results from the 2015 ASUC general elections. Results will come in starting at 7 p.m. from the tabulation ceremony in Wheeler Auditorium.

Voting took place April 7, 8 and 9, both online and in person. Students could rank candidates for five executive offices and up to 20 senatorial candidates on their ballots, with votes weighted proportionally according to preference. Five measures  were also on the ballot.

After first rank choices are calculated, the votes that would have gone to the candidates with the least number of votes are redistributed to whomever the voter ranked second. The process continues until a clear winner emerges.

If a candidate reaches a certain quota, the tabulation program will not allocate any more votes to that candidate. This is because even if another candidate were to receive all other votes, they would still not defeat the candidate who reaches the quota.

President: Yordanos Dejen (CalSERVE)

After redistribution:

  • Yordanos Dejen (CalSERVE) – 4966
  • Milad Razavi (Student Action) – 3544
  • Jake ‘The First’ Fineman (SQUELCH!) – 746
  • Nic Jaber (Independent) – 438

Executive Vice President: Lavanya Jawaharlal (CalSERVE)

  • Lavanya Jawaharlal (CalSERVE) – 4808
  • Paul Lee (Student Action) – 3071
  • Tom “Silent Majority” Yang (SQUELCH!) – 851

External Affairs Vice President: Marium Navid (CalSERVE)

  • Marium Navid (CalSERVE) – 4650
  • Vinay Ramesh (Student Action) – 3460
  • Sam “Actual Hermit Crab” Heinz (SQUELCH!) – 961

Academic Affairs Vice President: Melissa Hsu (CalSERVE)

  • Melissa Hsu (CalSERVE) – 4152
  • Yevgeniya “BobbyRPartyR” Sosnovskaya (SQUELCH!) – 1017
  • Jay Walker (Independent) – 976

Student Advocate: Leah Romm (Independent)

  • Leah Romm (Independent) – 3311
  • Bianca Huntley-Ortega (DAAP) – 2018

ASUC Senate: 7 Student Action, 8 CalSERVE, 1 Cooperative Movement Party, 2 SQUELCH!, 2 independent

After redistribution: 

  • Wes Adrianson (CalSERVE) – 560
  • Reia Cho (CalSERVE) – 560
  • Jason Tang (Student Action) – 560
  • Alicia Lau (Student Action) – 560
  • Alana Banks (CalSERVE) – 560
  • Benedict Llave (CalSERVE) – 560
  • Andre Luu (Student Action) – 560
  • Aanchal Chugh (CalSERVE) – 560
  • Kathy Tran (CalSERVE) – 547
  • Sumayyah Din (Independent) – 545
  • Zoe Brouns (SQUELCH!) – 495
  • Sheena Paul (Cooperative Movement Party) – 492
  • Boomer Vicente (CalSERVE) – 492
  • Grace Ho Jung Kim (Student Action) – 492
  • Diana Nguyen (CalSERVE) – 482
  • Cuahuctemoc Salinas (Independent) – 476
  • Sina Rashidi (SQUELCH!) – 466
  • Will Morrow (Student Action) – 465
  • Rachel Schuster (Student Action) – 447
  • Karthik Prasad (Student Action) – 439

The Constitutional Clarity and Consistency Amendment: Passed

  • Yes — 7646
  • No — 528
  • Abstain — 4516

Wellness Fee Referendum: Passed

  • Yes – 7308
  • No – 2950
  • Abstain – 2432

Bringing Life to the UC Berkeley Experience (BLUE) Fee Referendum: Not Passed

  • Yes – 4169
  • No – 4670
  • Abstain – 3851

Giving Opportunities and Leadership Development (GOLD) Fee Referendum: Passed

  • Yes – 5400
  • No – 3783
  • Abstain – 3507

Solar Energy Reinvestment Referendum: Passed

  • Yes – 9168
  • No – 1048
  • Abstain – 2438

Contact Sahil Chinoy and Chloee Weiner at [email protected].