All bolded candidates, tickets, and ballot measures were elected or approved. Voter turnout is based upon 22,585 eligible voters (the official number provided to the Elections Committee by the UCD Registrar, Frank Wada. 5,547 eligible voters logged in to vote in the election giving the entire election a 24.6% voter turnout. However, voter turnout for the specific offices and ballot measures vary.
The ASUCD Elections website (http://elections.ucdavis.edu) has detailed results for the Senate and Executive races. It also contains the extremely detailed StoveTop report for the Senate race. You can also acquire the ballot data for the: Senate and Executive races.
Results: 4,565 voters cast a ballot for at least one Executive ticket. 882 voters abstained from voting for the Executive tickets.
|President + Vice President||Slate||%Votes||Votes|
|Kareem Salem + Julie Hooper||L.E.A.D.||66.1%||3,019|
|Spencer Higgins + Tiny Sanders||Student Focus||25.3%||1,157|
|Rob Roy + Arlen Abraham||Don't vote for Rob and Arlen||8.5%||389|
Results: 4,374 voters cast a ballot for at least one Senate candidate. 1,073 voters abstained from voting for the Senate candidates.
Leadership Empowerment Activism Determination
Erica Rozetti According to the Aggie Erica is LEAD despite the fact that she is not on the 'offical' LEAD slate. Perhaps due to her ties to the LEAD organization.
|Ersen Cem Turhal||225||162||127||104||83||77||62||59||54||44||49||51||47||62||44||48||51||40||27||24|
|Ballot Measure||Yes Votes||No Votes||Total Votes||Abstains|
|ASUCD Winter 2007 Unitrans Fee||4454 (89%)||561 (11%)||5,015 (22%)||517|
|ASUCD Constitutional Amendment 16||2,320 (66%)||1,221 (34%)||3,541 (16%)||-|
January 22-29 - Petitions Available in SGAO.
January 30 - Petitions Due before 10am in SGAO. Mandatory Candidate Workshop at 7pm in Wellman 2.
February 5 - Candidate statements and platforms due before 10am in SGAO.
February 14 - Senate Candidates Forum at noon in the ASUCD Coffee House. First Expenditure Form due before 10am in SGAO.
February 15 - Presidential & Vice Presidential Candidates Debate at noon in the ASUCD Coffee House.
February 21 - Voting begins at 8am at http://elections.ucdavis.edu/
February 23 - Voting ends at 8am. Second Expenditure Form due before 10am in SGAO. Results announced at noon on the MU Patio.
Er, I mean 2007
|Winter 2007 ASUCD Election|
|Independent: George Ajlouny, Albert Parnell, Laura Nevins, Timothy Silva, Erica Rozetti, Ronald Payne|
|LEAD: Christine Pham, Michael Lay, Usenima Inyang, Madisyn Coniglio, Fazila Malik, Ivan Carrillo|
|Student Focus: Molly Sundstrom, Pete Markevich, Cem Turhal, Lorig Kalfayan, Billy Durham, James Adams, Joseph Bleckman, Greg Webb|
|Executive Office Candidates|
|LEAD: Kareem Salem + Julie Hooper|
|Student Focus: Spencer Higgins + Tiny Sanders|
|Independent: Rob Roy + Arlen Abraham (Platform)|
|Ballot Measures: ASUCD Constitutional Amendment 16, ASUCD Winter 2007 Unitrans Fee|
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2006-12-15 01:00:06 did anyone notice that the navbar has the wrong logo? this will be winter 2007 —PaulHarms
2006-12-15 01:14:30 We're going back in time Paul. —SteveOstrowski
2006-12-25 21:55:05 thanks steven. that would explain the Christian Slate...we must be on our way back to the Middle Ages. —PaulHarms
2006-12-26 01:13:59 Considering that nearly all of the Lead candidates have been identified, yet there is hardly any intelligence on Focus' activities, it seems like LID isn't being very effective. ;) —NigelAndrassey
2006-12-26 11:31:33 That was typical of the last election as well. —SteveOstrowski
2006-12-26 16:55:47 LID isn't posting StuFo's candidates, even though they know 5 out of 6. Joe Levy seems to have taken responsibility for the posting on the StuFo side, and he's taking his sweet time. —PaulHarms
2006-12-27 01:16:54 Ditto to what Mr. Harms said. Just because LID doesn't post doesn't mean LID doesn't know... —KevinPowers
2007-01-27 11:16:24 Ok, yeah I just noticed the 2006 instead of 2007. Is anyone going to change that? —TusharRawat
2007-01-30 00:34:25 A slate with two people was stretching it... A slate of one? That's rediculous. I think if you refer to the wiki's own definition of slate, you'd find "slates are coalitions of candidates who team up to campaign for an office during a single election." Who are you teaming up with if you're running by yourself?! If I were even remotely still involved (I'm just passing by out of curiosity) I'd insist that you'd move the "slate" candidates who have only one person into the Independent category. Luckily for Ostrowski's brain child, I'm not in a position to care. —ThomasLloyd
2007-01-30 00:45:58 It's consistent with last year. —SteveOstrowski
Which was a moronic precedent you started. —WilliamLewis
Albert can have his deal, Ron can have his. The Election Committee doesn't care one way or the other. —SteveOstrowski
ASUCD Bylaws: Chapter 4, Section 401, Subsection B. reads "A 'Slate' is any group of candidates and/or Tickets who run together under a common name or common slogan." The Bylaw clearly states that a slate consist of more than one person. However, the ASUCD Bylaws don't apply to the Wiki, so I'll leave it to someone else to edit the page if they feel it is important. - JonathonLeathers
Bylaws ftw —MM
Ron's a good placeholder to help give his slate a bit more credability and longevity. Give it a long run! I bet there will be at least one person per election "on it", and probably like Kirk, they dont even give a crap but just got talked into it. It also gives people a common person to vote against, rather than Student Focus or Act or whatever he really supports. -ES
I don't like your negativity, we will beat some slate candidates and have a chance of winning. —SteveOstrowskino chance now ~D
I would actually love to see this. Cowgill placed 17/17 more than any other candidate during the Fall 2006 elections. You'll probably have a better chance of getting votes running without a slate. —Tushar
2007-02-04 20:15:49 Did Roy and Abraham register their ticket under that name? If so, then they aren't running an exec ticket as independents, their running under that name. But if they didn't submit forms like that, its indep. Correct me if i'm wrong. —MaxMikalonis
No executive tickets have to turn in anything formally declaring a slate name. The closest thing is the expenditure reports that all candidates turn in because LEAD and Student Focus pool their money and split the total across all candidates. So they can call themselves whatever they want as far as I know. (Feel free to correct me if you find something in the Bylaws). - JonathonLeathers
2007-02-23 03:14:55 I already know the results are going to be bad for me but at least I can ride Unitrans next year. —GregWebb
2007-02-23 14:31:57 Wow, this voter turnout was huge! When's the last time it broke 20%? —ES
Fall 2002 had 27% voter turnout for the D-1 ballot measure. I only have turnout data until Fall 2000 so all I can say for sure is that this is the second highest turnout since Fall 2000. - JonathonLeathers
2007-02-23 15:06:24 Awesome. It looks like the Unitrans measure passed after all. —TR
2007-02-23 18:53:52 I'm glad the Unitrans referendum passed. I get to keep my job, thanks guys ;) —WaylandLee
2007-02-24 02:55:06 Gotta love Choice Voting, it helped Cem out. Usenima was so close to victory (3 votes). Very fun election. —GregWebb