UTSA Student Government Association announces election winners

Derek Trimm

New UTSA SGA President Derek Trimm

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(March 22, 2008)--The UTSA Student Government Association (SGA) announced March 11 the winners of the March 9-10 elections. One thousand eight hundred sixty-seven (1,867) or 6.8 percent of eligible UTSA students voted in the election.

Derek Trimm, a junior finance major from Spring, was elected SGA president for the 2010-2011 academic year. He served the past year as SGA vice president. Nicole Munoz was elected vice president. Munoz is a junior political science major from San Antonio.

Students elected Roger Frigstad, a junior marketing and management major from San Antonio, as SGA treasurer and Xavier Johnson, a sophomore English major from Dallas, as secretary.

The new administration will take office during the annual SGA banquet and inauguration ceremony on March 26. Newly elected senators also will take office at the event. The officers will participate in a transition retreat on March 27 and will conduct their first SGA meeting at 5:30 p.m., Thursday, April 8 in the University Center Harris Room (2.212) on the Main Campus.

The election results were certified by Rene Amaya, SGA chief justice; Billy Franz, SGA justice; Harrison Pierce, SGA justice; John Kaulfus, SGA adviser and associate dean of students; Barry McKinney, SGA adviser and director of student activities; and John Montoya, SGA adviser and assistant director of leadership development and SGA.

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SGA Spring 2010 election results

President

Derek Trimm, 68.40% (1277 votes)
Josh Bart, 30.26% (565 votes)
Write-in, 1.34% (25 votes)

Vice President

Nicole Munoz, 65.77% (1,228 votes)
Dennis Holloway, 11.14% (208 votes)
Sergio Maltos, 22.07% (412 votes)
Write-in, 1.02% (19 votes)

Secretary

Timothy Xavier Johnson, 65.67% (1226 votes)
Roxanne Weiss, 31.60% (590 votes)
Write-in, 2.73% (51 votes)

Treasurer

Roger Frigstad, 63.31% (1182 votes)
Charles "Chuck" Horvilleur, 35.67% (666 votes)
Write-in, 1.02% (19 votes)