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LIVE: Results from the 2022 ASUC general elections

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ERICA CARDOZO | STAFF

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APRIL 08, 2022

Update 4/9/22: This article has been updated to reflect updated senate totals.

The Daily Californian will continually update this page as the 2022 ASUC general election results arrive. Election outcomes are announced at the annual tabulations ceremony, held in Wheeler Auditorium on April 7 at 7:30 p.m. 

Voting took place from April 4 to April 6, during which the campus student body ranked candidates for the five executive seats, the transfer representative and the 20 senate seats. Students also had the opportunity to vote on two referendums. 

This year, two students ran for president, while the remaining executive candidates ran unopposed. Two students, however, ran for transfer representative, while 32 ran for ASUC Senate. 

President: Chaka Tellem

  • Chaka Tellem (Elevate Cal) —  4,271
  • Catherine Bauer (Student Action)  — 2,967  

Executive Vice President: Giancarlo Fernandez 

  • Giancarlo Fernandez (Elevate Cal) —3,736

Academic Affairs Vice President: James Weichert 

  • James Weichert (Independent)  —  3,429

External Affairs Vice President: Bailey Henderson 

  • Bailey Henderson (Independent) — 3,516

Student Advocate: Crystal Choi

  • Crystal Choi (Independent) — 3,455

Transfer Representative: Aileen Sanchez

  • Aileen Sanchez (Elevate Cal) —  3,343
  • Scott Nagatoshi (Student Action)  — 2,934

Senate: 8 Independent, 6 Student Action, 6 Elevate Cal

  1. Carlos Vásquez (Elevate Cal) — 382
  2. Megan Yao (Student Action) — 382
  3. Stephanie Wong (Elevate Cal) — 382
  4. Emma Centeno (Independent) — 382
  5. Shay Cohen (Independent) — 382
  6. Deborah Kim (Independent) — 382
  7. Shri Gopal (Elevate Cal) — 382
  8. Charles Peng (Student Action) — 382
  9. Akash Ponna (Student Action) — 382
  10. Manuel Cisneros (Independent) — 382
  11. Anjali Jogia-Sattar (Student Action) — 382
  12. Tyler Mahomes (Student Action) — 382
  13. Mahathi Kandimalla (Student Action) — 382
  14. Yasamin Hatefi (Elevate Cal) — 347.8
  15.  Josh Lee (Independent) — 342.5
  16. Deena Ali (Independent) — 333.7
  17. Kailen Grottel-Brown (Independent) — 306.7
  18. Soha Manzoor (Elevate Cal) — 294.7
  19. Thin Rati Oo (Independent) — 265.7
  20. Raymond Hufnagel (Elevate Cal) — 263.6

Graduate Assembly Fee: FAILS

Yes — 1,361

No — 258

Abstain — 200

Save the Daily Cal Initiative: PASSES 

Yes — 7,224

No — 2,226

Abstain — 1,461

**The Save the Daily Cal Initiative will partially fund the operations of The Daily Californian. The Daily Cal’s news staff was not involved in the planning or promotion of the referendum. The Daily Cal’s Editorial Board also abstained from endorsing the referendum.

Mallika Seshadri is the managing editor. Contact her at [email protected] and follow her on Twitter at @SeshadriMallika.
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