Unofficial results for Undergraduate Student Government elections on the West, Polytechnic and Downtown Phoenix campuses have been released. The executive tickets on those three campuses all ran unopposed.
The results for the USG Tempe elections will not be released until Monday, April 3, at noon.
Elections Commissioner Gazal Chhabra said the delay is due to "pending complaint reviews and the pending advisory opinions from the ASASU Supreme Court."
Jackson Bush was elected as the new election commissioner for USG for the upcoming academic year.
The Blasko ticket won 90.7% of the vote share with 185 votes. Alexis Blasko, a junior studying health sciences, was elected USGW president for 2023-24. She will be joined by Rae Stusen, a transfer student studying environmental science, as vice president of policy and Lindsey Stevens, a sophomore studying social justice and human rights, as vice president of services. Blasko and her team are planning on getting right to work.
"Our first action in office will be getting our free Health Clinics and Town Halls set up for operation in the fall," Blasko said in an emailed statement. "We eagerly await having the opportunity to hit the ground running and express our individual campus needs."
READ MORE: Meet the USG West Campus executive officers running unopposed for 2023-2024
Carah Colvin will be the USGW supreme court justice.
Cayden Perry will be senator of Barrett, the Honors College.
Ashley Pena will be senator of the College of Health Solutions.
Celina Torres and Kris Heckadon will be senators of the New College.
Sedra Shahin will be senator of the W. P. Carey School of Business.
Madelyn Pritchard will be senator of the Watts College of Public Service and Community Solutions.
The Manglik ticket won 77.7% of the vote share with 115 votes. Shaurya Manglik, a freshman studying robotics engineering, will serve as the president of USGP for the 2023-2024 academic year. Michelle Gonzalez, a freshman studying preveterinary medicine, will serve as vice president of policy, and Aadish Lele, a freshman studying engineering, will serve as vice president of service.
The Manglik campaign did not respond to a request for comment by the time of publication.
READ MORE: Meet the USG Polytechnic campus executive officers running unopposed for 2023-2024
Christian Creech will be senator of the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering.
Gurshant Grewal will be senator for the W. P. Carey School of Business.
The Sears ticket won 88.3% of the vote share, earning 391 votes. Harrison Sears, a junior studying political science and philosophy, was elected USGD president for 2023-2024. Seanika Mathis, a sophomore studying criminology and criminal justice, will serve as the vice president of policy, and Pat Apap, a junior studying public service and public policy, will serve as the vice president of service.
"The Sears ticket is honored to be elected as the 2023-2024 Executive ticket for the Downtown Campus. We want to thank everyone for taking the time to vote this week. We are already working hard to plan for a successful start to the academic year and can't wait to see what the future holds for the Downtown Campus," the Sears campaign said in an emailed statement.
READ MORE: Meet the USG Downtown Phoenix campus executive officers for 2023-2024
Emily Morales will be USGD supreme court justice.
Jason Fischer will be senator of ASU Online and Digital Immersion.
Ethan Best will be senator of the College of Health Solutions.
Carly Vigeant will be the senator of the Edson College of Nursing and Health Innovation.
Sophia Wyllie will be the senator of Herberger Institute of Design and Arts.
Spencer West, Anna Montoya-Gaxiola and Caleb Scott will be senators of the Walter Cronkite School of Journalism and Mass Communication.
Laura Doyle, Sage Garcia, Irshad Ghulami and Aimee Le will be senators of the Watts College of Public Services and Public Policy.
Edited by Shane Brennan, Greta Forslund and Grace Copperthite.
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