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The Spring 2008 SGA Election took place on March 11th and 12th on ASAP. The run-off was on March 25th and 26th. The election was overseen by SGA chief justice Dan Iza.


ExecutivesEdit

Candidates in bold were awarded the position; candidates in italics were put into a run-off election.

PresidentEdit

  • 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)
  • Total votes: 1,418

Run-offEdit

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

Vice PresidentEdit

  • Christian Menefee: 96.55% (1,176 votes)
  • Write-ins: 3.45% (42 votes)
  • Total votes: 1,218

TreasurerEdit

  • Jordan Raymond: 39.72% (458 votes)
  • Fabian Vasquez: 30.01% (346 votes)
  • Joseph Garza: 28.45% (328 votes)
  • Write-ins: 1.82% (21 votes)
  • Total votes: 1,153

Run-offEdit

  • Fabian Vasquez: 51.62% (350 votes)
  • Jordan Raymond: 48.38% (328 votes)
  • Total votes: 678

Recording SecretaryEdit

  • Derek Bell: 43.12% (489 votes)
  • Kort Jackson: 28.31% (321 votes)
  • Carey Neal: 27.78% (315 votes)
  • Write-ins: 0.79% (9 votes)
  • Total votes: 1,134

Run-offEdit

  • Derek Bell: 57.12% (385 votes)
  • Kort Jackson: 42.88% (289 votes)[1]
  • Total votes: 674

College RepresentativesEdit

College of Architecture Representative (1 seat)Edit

  • Jeremy Herrod: 52.63% (10 votes)
  • Fernando Garcia: 47.37% (9 votes)
  • Total votes: 19

College of Business Representative (5 seats)Edit

  • Nicole Muñoz: 34.09% (75 votes)
  • Willie Thomas: 18.18% (40 votes)
  • Ben King: 12.73% (28 votes)
  • Melissa Cordero: 8.64% (19 votes)
  • Derek Trimm: 5.91% (13 votes)
  • Lawrence Tijerina: 5% (11 votes)
  • Juan Carlos Montalvo Garza: 5% (11 votes)
  • Matthew Golder: 5% (11 votes)
  • Eliana Suarez: 2.27% (5 votes)
  • Write-ins: 3.18% (7 votes)
  • Total votes: 220

College of Education and Human Development Representative (4 seats)Edit

  • Christina Stevenson: 30.71% (39 votes)
  • Rachel Andrews: 20.47% (26 votes)
  • Leticia Allen: 18.9% (24 votes)
  • Jennifer Grant: 18.11% (23 votes)
  • Kimberly Olsen: 11.81% (15 votes)
  • Total votes: 127

College of Engineering Representative (2 seats)Edit

  • Matthew Ellison: 96.77% (60 votes)
  • Write-ins: 3.23% (2 votes)
  • Total votes: 62

College of Liberal and Fine Arts Representative (5 seats)Edit

  • Tomi Yamamoto: 23.1% (64 votes)
  • Gin ju Im: 17.33% (48 votes)
  • Brent Ward: 15.88% (44 votes)
  • Matthew Linder: 13.72% (38 votes)
  • Jose Benavides: 11.55% (32 votes)
  • Miguel Guerra: 9.75% (27 votes)
  • Tyler Buske: 5.78% (16 votes)
  • Write-ins: 2.89% (8 votes)
  • Total votes: 277

College of Public Policy Representative (1 seat)Edit

  • Edward Nichols (write-in): 33.33% (3 votes)
  • Other write-ins: 66.67% (6 votes)
  • Total votes: 9

College of Sciences Representative (5 seats)Edit

  • Laura Carr: 32.75% (56 votes)
  • Eric Ruiz: 21.64% (37 votes)
  • Desiree Franks: 12.28% (21 votes)
  • Margie DeYoung: 10.53% (18 votes)
  • Kevin Robin: 7.02% (12 votes)
  • David Rafferty: 5.26% (9 votes)
  • Marco Leung: 4.68% (8 votes)
  • Write-ins: 5.85% (10 votes)
  • Total votes: 171

Other RepresentativesEdit

Undeclared Representative (3 seats)Edit

  • Patton Phelps: 43.01% (40 votes)
  • Angelica Medina: 40.86% (38 votes)
  • Chase Levy: 15.05% (14 votes)
  • Write-ins: 1.08% (1 vote)
  • Total votes: 93

Sophomore Representative (3 seats)Edit

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

Junior Representative (3 seats)Edit

  • Elizabeth Cepeda: 46.6% (89 votes)
  • Andrew Dossman: 28.8% (55 votes)
  • Vasooda Kumar: 21.99% (42 votes)
  • Write-ins: 2.62% (5 votes)
  • Total votes: 191

Senior Representative (3 seats)Edit

  • Jasmine Waldon: 42.55% (100 votes)
  • Jennifer Bigler: 28.51% (67 votes)
  • Jason Perkins: 25.96% (61 votes)
  • Write-ins: 2.98% (7 votes)
  • Total votes: 235

Graduate Representative (3 seats)Edit

  • Write-ins: 100% (15 votes)[2]

No plurality was achieved amongst eligible candidates.

ReferencesEdit

  1. "Student body elects new SGA president, vice-president". UTSA Today from 4/10/06. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
  2. "Student government announces election results". UTSA Today from 3/19/08. Retrieved August 21, 2012.
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