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ASUA General Elections: 2009 Results

Posted in Campus, Politics by Evan Lisull on 11 March 2009

At 9:23 PM MST, Commissioner Kenny Ho announced the results of the 2009 ASUA Elections:

Total Ballots Cast: 4752 (Second largest in recorded history)

President:

Chris Nagata – 3162 (68 percent)

Shane Cathers –  813 (17 percent)

ADMINISTRATIVE VICE PRESIDENT:

Gabby Ziccarelli- 3494 (83 percent)

EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT:

Emily Fritze- 3509 (82 percent)

PIRG REFERENDUM

DID NOT PASS (52 percent) 

SENATE

BROOKS – 1528 (6.27%)

WEINGARTNER – 1520 (6.24%)

ATJIAN – 1510 (6.20%)

DAVIDSON – 1503 (6.17%)

RUIZ – 1417 (5.82%)

QUILLIN – 1392 (5.71%)

WALLACE, DANIEL – 1382 (5.67%)

WALLACE, STEPHEN – 1357 (5.57%)

YAMAGUCHI – 1328 (5.45%)

BRATT – 1315 (5.40%)

KLENKE – 1204 (4.94%)

DAVIDOFF – 1187 (4.87%)

VILLALOBOS – 1149 (4.17%)

SAN ANGELO – 1130 (4.64%)

SEARLES – 1104 (4.53%)

SLATER – 1055 (4.33%)

BRAL – 916 (3.76%)

ELYACHAR – 865 (3.55%)

HUDSON – 703 (2.89%)

JONES – 679 (2.79%)

Quoth Commissioner Ho: “I stand by this election and all the hard work that my Deputy Cooley and the rest of the commission and that work that they have done.”

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  1. Jimi Alexander said, on 11 March 2009 at 10:06 pm

    Ugh…sadly, my candidate did very poorly…

    On the bright side, he got more votes than Mr. Cathers.

    And since I know Mr. Jones is going to read this…tough luck, friend. Better luck next time.

  2. A. Hill said, on 11 March 2009 at 11:24 pm

    PIRG REFERENDUM

    DID NOT PASS (52 percent)

    well, how’s it feel, boys? congrats.

  3. Jimi Alexander said, on 12 March 2009 at 12:02 am

    A. Hill:

    Thank god. If you were at the results show, the tentative and confused applause that came out when PIRG narrowly missed passage was hilarious. Everybody was thinking “Is it OK to applaud this?”

  4. Garrett P. O'Hara said, on 12 March 2009 at 3:35 am

    Here comes the next ASUA Supreme Court case, Cathers v. Nagata. Bloggers, show up early. They otherwise might not let you in for not being a real journalist.

  5. Alla said, on 12 March 2009 at 9:50 am

    they just had the 52% percent up on the screen, and people got excited because they thought PIRG would get its funding.. and then it didn’t pass
    many lolz, indeed

    good job connor


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