Hamza and Gomez elected to top ASI positions

By Chelsea Mazer

With a total of 2,014 student votes and a winning majority of 1,946 votes, Farris Hamza and Carlos Gomez were elected to serve as the 2017-18 ASI president and vice president. The results of the 201718 Associated Students, Inc. election were announced Friday. The results followed a month of campaigning, speeches, debates and voicing of their thoughts as to why they were best _ÀåÂ_Ät for the positions. ASI Election Chair Tara Kwan and her elections committee released the information at the Election

Results Celebration Friday afternoon between noon and 1 p.m. In addition to the top two officers, college senators were chosen among their peers as well as four at-large senators. They are listed as follows:

Agriculture: vacant.

Business: Courtney Yu (100 percent vote count out of 274 voters)

C.C.H.M.: Paula Stein (100 percent vote count out of 74 voters)

C.E.I.S.: Vacant

C.L.A.S.S.: Cameron Pastrano (51.3 percent vote count out of 318 voters)

Engineering: LeQuan Hobson (48.8 percent vote count out of 389 voters, minus 15 votes for a campaign violation)

Environmental Design: Itzia Salinas (100 percent vote count out of 110 voters)

Science: Isaiah Durden (100 percent vote count out of 321 voters)

Senator-at-Large, Greek Council: Noah Tonies (100 percent vote count out of 1,596 voters)

Senator-at-Large, Inter-Hall Council: Pasindu Senaratne (100 percent vote count out of 1,591

voters)

Senator-at-Large, Multi-Cultural Council: Elizabeth Marquez (66.7 percent vote count out of 1,624 voters)

Senator-at-Large, Student Interest Council: Rachel Hunter (100 percent vote count out of 327 voters.)

The updates to the ASI by-laws were also approved with 87.3 percent of voters voting yes in favor of the updates. If you still wish to get involved with ASI, there are two college senator positions open (Agriculture and C.E.I.S.) as well as the opportunity to apply for a

cabinet member position, an executive board member position or Bronco Events and Activities Team chair. Any student who has a GPA of at least 2.0, has completed two consecutive quarters and received credit for at least nine units is eligible and encouraged to submit an application. For those interested in applying, visit the Student Government of_ÀåÂ_Äce to submit your application. Descriptions of the positions and their applications are available on the Student Government website, www.asi.cpp.edu.

Farris Hamza and Carlos Gomez

Courtesy of Associated Students, Inc.

Farris Hamza and Carlos Gomez

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