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Student Government Association conducts officer elections every Spring semester. Votes are open to all UTSA students online through their ASAP accounts. Candidates in bold were awarded the position; candidates in italics were put into a run-off election.

1980'sEdit

1981Edit

  • Antonio De Los Santos: (634 votes)
  • J. D. Metcalf: (363 votes)[1]

Run-offEdit

1982Edit

  • Steve Southers: 42.74% (103 votes)
  • Lee Rogers: 36.93% (89 votes)
  • Joseph Zaher: 10.37% (25 votes)
  • Others: 9.96% (24 votes)[2]
  • Total votes: 241

Run-offEdit

1983Edit

  • Joey Villarreal: 61.76% (315 votes)
  • Gary Kitchen: 38.24% (195 votes)[3]
  • Total votes: 510

1984Edit

  • Rick Montemayor (unopposed)[4]

1985Edit

  • Mark Dubose: 51.43% (251 votes)
  • Mike Perez: 48.57% (237 votes)[5]
  • Total votes: 488

1986Edit

  • Keith Crabtree: 50% (415 votes)
  • Steve Koebele: 50% (415 votes)
  • Total votes: 830

Run-offEdit

  • Keith Crabtree: 53.91% (400 votes)
  • Steve Koebele: 46.1% (342 votes)[6]
  • Total votes: 742

1990'sEdit

1990Edit

  • Judith A. Morgan:
  • Michael Flores:

Run-offEdit

  • Judith A. Morgan: 54.66% (352 votes)
  • Michael Flores: 45.34% (292 votes)

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  • Total votes: 644

1994Edit

  • Andrew McManus: 68.91% (82 votes)
  • Robert Cuda: 31.09% (37 votes)[8]
  • Total votes: 119

1996

  • Rob Killen:

2000'sEdit

2000Edit

  • Shane Foley (unopposed)

2001Edit

  • Shelly Lyons: 60.91% (349 votes)
  • Leo Gonzalez: 39.1% (224 votes)
  • Total votes: 573

2002Edit

  • Melissa Killen: 79.25% (359 votes)
  • Diana Arevalo: 20.31% (92 votes)
  • Rogelio Hernandez (write-in): 0.44% (2 votes)
  • Total votes: 453

2004Edit

  • Damon Garcia: 52.16% (1,125 votes)
  • Jonathan Delgado: 46.13% (995 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 1.71% (37 votes)[9]
  • Total votes: 2,157

2005Edit

  • Jason Palasota: 59.83% (788 votes)
  • Christopher Forbrich: 38.12% (502 votes)
  • Write-ins: 2.05% (27 votes)[10]
  • Total votes: 1,317

2006Edit

  • Adam Cowdin: 49.7% (575 votes)
  • Enrique Vazquez: 23.08% (267 votes)
  • James Johnson: 19.19% (222 votes)
  • John Merritt: 7.43% (86 votes)
  • Write-ins: 0.61% (7 votes)[11]
  • Total votes: 1,157

Run-offEdit

  • Adam Cowdin: 63.9% (622 votes)
  • Enrique Vasquez: 36.1% (352 votes)[12]
  • Total votes: 974

2008Edit

  • Christina Gomez: 37.24% (528 votes)
  • Matthew DeLeon: 25.39% (360 votes)
  • Jaime Villanueva: 17.07% (242 votes)
  • Simon Fraser: 10.86% (154 votes)
  • Brandt Schermann: 7.69% (109 votes)
  • Write-ins: 1.76% (25 votes)[13]
  • Total votes: 1,418

Run-offEdit

  • Christina Gomez: 53.46% (394 votes)
  • Matthew DeLeon: 46.54% (343 votes)[14]
  • Total votes: 737

2010'sEdit

2010Edit

  • Derek Trimm: 68.4% (1277 votes) (Right Party)
  • Josh Bart: 30.26% (565 votes)
  • Write-ins: 1.34% (25 votes)[15]
  • Total votes: 1,867

2011Edit

  • Xavier Johnson:
  • Jason Hensley:
  • Write-ins:

2012Edit

  • Xavier Johnson: 55% (684 votes)
  • Travis Alexander Merriweather: 44% (541 votes)
  • Write-ins: 1% (10 votes)

2013Edit

  • Zack Dunn: 89.46% (815 votes)
  • Adel Mohammed Alsheri: 9.44% (86 votes)
  • Write-In: 1.1% (10 votes)
  • Total votes: 911

2014Edit

  • Zack Dunn: 98% (324 votes - unopposed)
  • Write-In: 2% (6 votes)

2015Edit

  • Ileana Gonzalez: 58% (623 votes)
  • Jeff Schilder: 41% (435 votes)
  • Write-In: 1% (7 votes)

2016 Edit

  • Andrew Hubbard: 84% (605 votes)
  • Alejandro Martinez Gonzalez: 15% (109 votes)

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Students Voice Preference in SRA Elections". Paisano from 3/10/81. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  2. "Student Representative Assembly Election Results". Paisano from 4/27/82. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  3. "Campaigning Brings Attention to Elections". Paisano from 4/26/83. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  4. "Election Results in Errors". Paisano from 4/10/84. Retrieved August 9, 2012.
  5. "Students Elect New SRA Leaders". Paisano from 4/2/85. Retrieved August 12, 2012.
  6. "Crabtree wins run-off". Paisano from 3/18/86. Retrieved August 12, 2012.
  7. "Morgan wins battle over SRA presidency". Paisano from 5/1/90. Retrieved August 12, 2012.
  8. "4-26-94". The Paisano. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
  9. "New student government officers take oaths May 5". UTSA Today from 5/5/04. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  10. "UTSA student government announces election results". UTSA Today from 4/22/05. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  11. "Student government to conduct run-off election". UTSA Today from 4/10/06. Retrieved April 27, 2013.
  12. "Student body elects new SGA president, vice-president". UTSA Today from 4/10/06. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  13. "Student government announces election results". UTSA Today from 3/19/08. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  14. "Student government announces election winners". UTSA Today from 3/31/08. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  15. "UTSA Student Government Association announces election winners". UTSA Today from March 2010. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
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