Jennifer L. Greenberg and Pasindu Senaratne will serve as the 2018-19 ASI president and vice president.

A total of 876 ballots were cast in the Associated Students, Inc. elections 2018.

Grenberg won with a total of 84.4% vote count out of 825 voters and Senaratne won with 84.65% vote count out of 821 voters.

Jennifer L. Greenberg and Pasindu Senaratne are the newly elected 2018-19 ASI president and vice president, and both of them are excited to work with the campus community for the next academic year. (Jacqueline Ayala | The Poly Post)

The results were announced at noon on May 4.

Candidates were elected after a month of campaigning, debates and expressing why they were the most qualified for the positions.

Most of the candidates ran unopposed including president and vice president.

They still participated in the election process.

ASI Elections Chair, Carlos Navarrete, revealed the winners for the top ticket, senators and senators-at-large. The updated ASI by-laws were also announced to the campus community.

The winners of the senator positions were also announced. (Jacqueline Ayala | The Poly Post)

The winners of the elections are as follows:

  • Agriculture: Jaylen M. Davis (89.61% Vote Count out of 77 voters)
  • Business: Jeremy Jenanyan (88.65% Vote Count out of 146 voters)
  • C.C.H.M.: Rocio Antonio (95.65% Vote Count out of 47 voters)
  • C.E.I.S.: Kyle Bisson (86.04% Vote Count out of 47 voters)
  • C.L.A.S.S.: Julissa Loza Mendez (85.18% Vote Count out of 167 voters)
  • Engineering: Alyssa M. Emerson (91.42% Vote Count out of 214 voters)
  • Environmental Design: Itzia Salinas (89.36% Vote Count out of 49 voters)
  • Science: Shane Bonanno (76.8% Vote Count out of 134 voters)
  • Senator-at-Large Greek Council: Paulina Stein (79.26% Vote Count out of 820 voters)
  • Senator-at-Large Inter-Hall Council: Fernando Andrade (86.64% Vote Count out of 816 voters)
  • Senator-at-Large Multi-Cultural Council: Victoria Luna (33.89% Vote Count out of 832 voters)
  • Senator-at-Large Student Interest Council: Rachel Hunter (84.76% Vote Count out of 814 voters)

Along with the winning candidates, the updated ASI by-laws were approved with 92.95% out of 838 voters voting in favor.

Navarrete said if any student wants to serve as a Student Government representative, there is still an opportunity available.

To be eligible, a student must have a GPA of at least 2.0, have completed two consecutive quarters and received credit for at least nine units.

For anyone interested in becoming a part of ASI are encouraged to visit the Student Government office in building 35, room 1339 and submit an application.

Description of the positions and applications are accessible through the Student Government website, www.asi.cpp.edu.

For any questions or concerns, contact the ASI Elections Chair, Carlos Navarrete at asielections@cpp.edu.

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