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    ALSC election results

    Students cast their ballots April 8–9 on the Quad, stating their preferences in ASLC officers and senators for the 2014–2015 school year. The election was certified on April 10.
    Incumbent President Carl Oliver was elected to a second term; Rose Gelin edged out Crystal Perez by the scant margin of 18 votes to win the vice-presidency. Gelin and Perez were vying for the seat vacated by current Vice-President Sarah Park.
    Though Proposition 1 succeeded, results will need to meet with California state education code, which states voter turnout must meet or exceed the previous three elections in order for the fee to be imposed.

    Total number of ballots — 257

    President
    Carl Oliver — 159 votes
    Jon-Mychal Cox — 88 votes

    Vice-President
    Rose Gelin — 125 votes
    Crystal Perez — 107 votes

    Treasurer
    Rey Lopez — 179 votes

    Club Affairs Officer
    Jessica Hargrove — 180 votes

    Publicity Commissioner
    Darren Brown — 169 votes

    Senator (7)
    Antoinette Rossi — 64 votes
    Jamarr Coleman — 76 votes
    Kim Daniels — 46 votes
    Nomondalai Batjargal — 36 votes
    Patricia Sanchez — 41 votes
    Eduardo Benavides — 48 votes

    Student Trustee
    Jeramy Rolley — 21 votes
    Carl Oliver (write-in candidate) — 42 votes
    Kim Daniels (write-in candidate) — 1 vote
    Victoria Brown (write-in candidate) — 2 votes
    Patricia Sanchez (write-in candidate) — 1 vote

    Proposition 1 (Establishes $2 Student Representation Fee)
    Yes — 123 votes
    No — 78 votes

    Proposition 2 (Approves amendments to the ASLC Constitution)
    Yes — 162
    No — 35

    ASLC election day voting
    About the Contributor
    In the fall of 2019, The Laney Tower rebranded as The Citizen and launched a new website. These stories were ported over from the old Laney Tower website, but byline metadata was lost in the port. However, many of these stories credit the authors in the text of the story. Some articles may also suffer from formatting issues. Future archival efforts may fix these issues.  
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