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The SGA Sophomore Senator Elections took place before the constituencies were redefined in 2001 along college lines rather than classification lines. The rationale for this was that a liberal arts junior and liberal arts senior have more in common with each other than a liberal arts junior and a business junior. In the 2005 Constitutional Convention, positions representing both types of constituencies were allowed to co-exist. Thus, a business junior could run for College of Business representative and junior representative and, if victorious in both, could choose which seat to fulfill. Sometime after 2008, the position names were changed from "representatives" to "senators".

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

  • Suzy Sims
  • David Boucher
  • Raul Scott[1]

1982Edit

  • Pam Brown: 25% (40 votes)
  • Raymond D. Lake: 16.25% (26 votes)
  • Kevin R. Piatt: 15.63% (25 votes)
  • Frances E. Cooper: 13.75% (22 votes)
  • Daniel Dominguez: 11.25% (18 votes)
  • Morad Mamori: 8.13% (13 votes)
  • Benard Martin: 6.88% (11 votes)
  • Others: 3.13% (5 votes)[2]
  • Total votes: 160

1983Edit

  • Jack Debose: 28.21% (88 votes)
  • Rose Nelson: 28.21% (88 votes)
  • Marti Foster: 25% (78 votes)
  • Alfredo Gardia: 18.59% (58 votes)[3]
  • Total votes: 312

1984Edit

  • Jeff Hueber: 42.37% (25 votes)
  • Jennifer Cotten: 28.81% (17 votes)
  • Lloyd Cotten: 28.81% (17 votes)
  • Keith Crabtree: declared ineligible

[4]

  • Total votes: 59

1985Edit

  • Keith Crabtree: 18.81% (85 votes)
  • Diana Barrera: 13.94% (63 votes)
  • Cathy Villarreal: 11.5% (52 votes)
  • Stacy McGhee: 11.06% (50 votes)
  • Kevin Gutchesa: 11.06% (50 votes)
  • Brent Daugherty: 10.4% (47 votes)
  • Paul Fredette: 9.96% (45 votes)
  • Henry Ortiz: 6.86% (31 votes)
  • Alex Rodriguez: 6.42% (29 votes)[5]
  • Total votes: 452

1985 (Fall - 1 vacancy)Edit

  • Michelle Lopez: 52 votes
  • Elda Peterson: 29 votes
  • Anne Jarstfer: 28 votes
  • Total votes: 141[6]

1986Edit

  • David Roth: 56.18% (100 votes)
  • Linda Heim: 41.57% (74 votes)
  • Mark Napier: 1.12% (2 votes)
  • Lawrence Manzano: 1.12% (2 votes)[7]
  • Total votes: 178

1990'sEdit

1994Edit

  • Trista Dubose
  • Timothy Farr
  • Miles Sims[8]

2000'sEdit

2000Edit

  • Natasha Garza
  • Olawale Igun
  • Michael Reyes

2001Edit

  • Diana Arevalo
  • Sara Gonzales
  • Brandon Bradley
  • Erica Fernandez

2006Edit

  • Joseph Garza: 36.67% (44 votes)
  • James Brown: 25.83% (31 votes)
  • Jon Nelson: 20.83% (25 votes)
  • Andrew Stevens: 12.5% (15 votes)
  • Write-ins: 4.17% (5 votes)[9]
  • Total votes: 120

2008Edit

  • Martin Chavez, Jr.: 89.39% (160 votes)
  • Pardeis Heidari (write-in): 1.68% (3 votes)
  • Other write-ins: 8.94% (16 votes)[10]
  • Total votes: 179

2010'sEdit

2013Edit

  • Ileana Gonzalez: 53.97% (34 votes)
  • Blake Ringer: 39.68% (25 votes)
  • Lucas Lostoski (write-in): 1.59% (1 vote)
  • Other Write-In: 4.76% (3 votes)
  • Total votes: 63

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. "Small Voter Turnout for SRA Election". Paisano from 10/8/85. Retrieved August 12, 2012.
  7. "Crabtree wins run-off". Paisano from 3/18/86. Retrieved August 12, 2012.
  8. "4-26-94". The Paisano. Retrieved November 16, 2012.
  9. "Student government to conduct run-off election". UTSA Today from 4/10/06. Retrieved April 27, 2013.
  10. "Student government announces election results". UTSA Today from 3/19/08. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
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