Here’s a full list of results from the 2018 ASUC general elections

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The Daily Californian will continually update this page as results for the 2018 ASUC general election come in. The tabulations ceremony begins at 6:30 p.m. Friday at Pauley Ballroom in the Martin Luther King Jr. Student Union.

Voting was open April 9-11, during which time students could vote for candidates running for ASUC executive office and senate, as well as two referendums.*  

This elections season, there were three presidential candidates, two executive vice president candidates, two external affairs vice president candidates, two academic affairs vice president candidates, two student advocate candidates and 37 ASUC Senate candidates on the ballot.

President: Alexander Wilfert

After redistribution:

  • Alexander Wilfert (Student Action) — 4,632
  • Juniperangelica Cordova (CalSERVE) — 3,723
  • Stephanie Gutierrez (Defend Affirmative Action Party) — 489

Executive vice president: Hung Huynh (Student Action)

  • Hung Huynh (Student Action) — 3,935
  • Derek Topper (independent) — 1,708

External affairs vice president: Nuha Khalfay (CalSERVE)

  • Nuha Khalfay (CalSERVE) — 3,910
  • Derek Topper (independent) — 2,428

Academic affairs vice president: Melany Amarikwa

  • Melany Amarikwa (Student action) — 3,956
  • Rizza Estacio (CalSERVE) — 3,257

Student advocate: Sophie Bandarkar (Independent)

  • Sophie Bandarkar (Independent) — 3,044
  • Casey Leeds (Defend Affirmative Action Party) — 1,271

ASUC Senate: 11 Student Action, 3 CalSERVE, 6 independent, 0 DAAP

  • James Li (Student Action) — 538
  • Isabella Chow (Student Action) — 538
  • Justin Greenwald (Student Action) — 538
  • Amir Wright (CalSERVE) — 538
  • Zach Carter (Student Action) — 538
  • Teddy Lake (CalSERVE) — 538
  • Anna Whitney (Independent) — 538
  • “furry boi” Stephen Boyle (Independent) — 538
  • Anne Zepecki (Student Action) — 537
  • Idalys Perez (CalSERVE) — 527
  • Nick Araujo (Independent) — 512
  • Karina Sun (Student Action) — 511
  • Aaron Bryce Lee (Independent) — 509
  • Saakshi Goel (Student Action) — 508
  • Regina Kim (Independent) — 478
  • Imran Khan (Independent) — 473
  • Nikhil Harish (Student Action) — 467
  • William Wang (Student Action) — 458
  • Amma Sarkodee-Adoo (Student Action) — 457
  • Andy Theocharous (Student Action) — 441

Enrollment Clarification Act: Yes

  • Yes — 7,449
  • No — 580
  • Abstain — 3,677

Student Transformation through Academic Recruitment and Retention, or STARR, Referendum: Yes

  • Yes — 5,216
  • No — 3,790
  • Abstain — 2,700

*For executive positions, if no candidate receives a majority of votes after first-rank choices are calculated, the first-rank votes for the candidates with the least number of votes are redistributed to the voter’s top remaining choice. The process continues until a winner emerges.

For senate positions, after a candidate reaches a certain quota, the tabulation program will not allocate any more votes to that candidate. The remaining votes for such candidates will be redistributed through a single transferable voting system until all 20 seats are filled.

Alexandra Yoon-Hendricks is the managing editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @ayoonhendricks.

Correction(s):
A previous version of this article incorrectly stated that Alexander Wilfert received 4,362 votes. In fact, he received 4,632 votes.

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