|Winter 2014 ASUCD Elections|
|Diana Lopez Solorzano|
|Gulraj Gul Gill|
|Ryan Wonders & Sumeeta Ghai|
|Armando Figueroa & Maxwell Kappes|
|Save the Aggie*|
|Bolded entries indicate victors|
|*Subsequently invalidated by order of the ASUCD Court|
The Winter 2014 ASUCD Elections were held from February 18th at 8am to February 21st at 8am. Six Senate seats, along with the offices of President and Vice President, were up for election. Also up for a vote was one ballot measure seeking to increase student fees to subsidize The California Aggie. Voting took place, as always, at http://elections.ucdavis.edu.
Voter turnout was the second highest in recorded ASUCD History with 27.11%.1
The preliminary results were released on February 21, 2014.
- Azka Fayyaz (SMART)
- Robyn Huey (SMART)
- Artem Senchev (I)
- Amelia Helland (NOW)
- Eugenia Chung (NOW)
- Nicholas Sanchez (SMART)
- Save the Aggie Failed*
As seen in some previous elections, the Aggie decided to not give a full endorsement of six candidates as it normally would. Taken from the endorsement article, "Normally, we would select six senate candidates to endorse. Unfortunately, we were underwhelmed with the majority of prospective senators, most of whom are running on unfeasible and unoriginal platforms." "The California Aggie" has endorsed:
- Yes on Save the Aggie.
For the following sections bold means they were one of the winning candidates. These are not the actual election results.
The Condorcet winner (the least objectionable candidate) of this election was Azka Fayyaz.
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Who got the most last-ranked votes? This election two winning candidates tied for most hated:
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Potential Countback Elections
2014-02-22 00:02:19 For the other ASUCD Election nerds out there... I will archive the data for this election and the previous election on my website. I'm revamping the website to make it easier to update and not look awful. When that is done, I will add and update the links on daviswiki. —JonathonLeathers
2014-02-25 03:27:07 Interesting... we're 4 for 7 on electing the most hated candidate since Eli's Winter 2011 win. —RyanMeyerhoff
1. The amount of students who did not abstain on the Aggie Ballot measure was 19.26%, for Executive 24.32%, and for Senate 23.45%; however, many students expressed that they unaware of how to vote for The Aggie fee initiative in the first iteration of the website, and the default for those 8 hours was "Abstain", a voting choice not present on the Fee Initiative Bill.