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The Spring 2004 SGA Election took place on April 14th and 15th on ASAP and was administered by Election Commissioner Enrique Vazquez. Over 2400 students voted, roughly 10 percent of the student body. The large turnout is attributable to the combination of the university's promotion of the Campus Life Initiative and the organized campaign of the Impact Party. It featured most candidates by the Impact Party winning except notably for president. Presidential candidate Damon Garcia and Vice-Presidential Internal candidate Otis Blanchard campaigned together but not as an official party.

ExecutivesEdit

Candidates in bold were awarded the position.

PresidentEdit

  • Damon Garcia: 52.16% (1,125 votes)
  • Jonathan Delgado: 46.13% (995 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 1.72% (37 votes)
  • Total votes: 2,157

Vice-President ExternalEdit

  • Ross Langham: 90.13% (1,707 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 9.87% (187 votes)
  • Total votes: 1,894

Vice-President InternalEdit

  • Becky Bromley: 60.47% (1,210 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Otis Blanchard: 38.58% (772 votes)
  • Write-ins: 0.95% (19 votes)
  • Total votes: 2,001

TreasurerEdit

  • Chris Forbrich: 92.38% (1,648 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 7.62% (136 votes)
  • Total votes: 1,784

SecretaryEdit

  • Bobbiejean Garcia: 95.09% (1,706 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 4.91% (88 votes)
  • Total votes: 1,794

RepresentativesEdit

College of Business RepresentativeEdit

  • Angela McNair: 51.8% (316 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Lluvia Sanchez: 45.74% (279 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 2.46% (15 votes)
  • Total votes: 610

College of Education and Human Development RepresentativeEdit

  • James Riojas: 92.05% (243 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 7.95% (21 votes)
  • Total votes: 264

College of Engineering RepresentativeEdit

  • Jorge Gonzalez: 96.46% (109 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 3.54% (4 votes)
  • Total votes: 113

College of Liberal and Fine Arts RepresentativeEdit

  • Destinee Waiters: 38.55% (271 votes) (Impact Party)
  • James Smith: 30.44% (214 votes)
  • Eric Mies: 29.87% (210 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 1.14% (8 votes)
  • Total votes: 703

College of Public Policy RepresentativeEdit

  • Geraldine Lopez: 98.33% (59 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 1.67% (1 vote)
  • Total votes: 60

College of Sciences RepresentativeEdit

  • Richard Knight: 51.96% (278 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Cody Coeckelenbergh: 44.3% (237 votes) (Impact Party)
  • Write-ins: 3.74% (20 votes)
  • Total votes: 535

School of Architecture RepresentativeEdit

  • Kia Davis: 94.87% (37 votes)
  • Write-ins: 5.13% (2 votes)
  • Total votes: 39

ReferendumEdit

Campus Life InitiativeEdit

  • For: 62.66% (1,527 votes)
  • Against: 37.34% (910 votes)[1]
  • Total votes: 2,437


ReferencesEdit

  1. "New student government officers take oaths May 5". UTSA Today from 5/5/04. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
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