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UTSA student government announces election results

(April 22, 2005)--The UTSA Student Government Association (SGA) announced the spring 2005 SGA certified election results April 21.

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SGA election results

Total students voting: 1,341 students (5.3 percent of 25,243 students eligible to vote)
Candidates in bold type are declared winners.

President

Jason Palasota, 788 votes (59.8 percent)
Christopher Forbrich, 502 votes (38.1 percent)
Write-in votes, 27 votes (2.1 percent)
Not voting, 24

Vice President-Internal

Nancy Ayon, 970 votes (94.9 percent)
Write-in votes, 52 votes (5.1 percent)
Not voting, 319

Vice President-External*

Adam Cowdin, 592 votes (53 percent)
Carlos Moreno, 509 votes (45.6 percent)
Write-in votes, 15 votes (1.3 percent)
Not voting, 225

Treasurer

Christian Porter, 924 votes (95.6 percent)
Write-in votes, 43 votes (4.4 percent))
Not voting, 374

Secretary

Priscilla Sanchez, 915 votes (96.7 percent)
Write-in votes, 31 votes (3.3 percent)
Not voting, 395

School of Architecture Representative

Muneera Mohammad-Shah, 14 (45.2 percent)
Write-in votes, 17 (54.8 percent
Top eligible candidate receiving write-in votes: Javier Ramos, 15 (48.4 percent))

College of Business Representative (2 available positions)

Seat 1 - Dane Arbizu, 218 (96.5 percent)
Write-in votes (3.5 percent)
Seat 2 - No eligible write-in received simple majority; position vacant pending fall election

College of Education and Human Development Representative (2 available positions)

No declared candidates
Write-in votes, 14 (100 percent)
Seat 1 - No eligible write-in candidate received simple majority; position left vacant pending fall election
Seat 2 - No eligible write-in candidate received simple majority; position left vacant pending fall election

College of Engineering Representative

Miyah Calhoun, 62 (98.4 percent)
Write-in votes, 1 (1.6 percent)

College of Liberal and Fine Arts Election Results (2 positions available)*

Seat 1 - Matt Impelluso, 163 (48.3 percent)
Seat 2 - William Conway, 96 (27.9 percent)

Victor Flores, 79 (23 percent)
Write-in votes, 6 (1.7 percent)

College of Public Policy Representative

No declared candidates
Write-in votes, 6 (100 percent)
Top eligible candidate receiving write-in votes: Melissa Calhoun, 2 (30 percent))

College of Sciences Representative (2 positions available)*

Seat 2 - Shabnam Bhuiyan, 87 (36.7 percent)
Seat 1 - Krystal Amos, 148 (62.4 percent)
Write-in votes, 2 (0.8 percent)

* indicates percent not equal to 100 due to rounding to one decimal point

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