Election For October 14th, 2004

431 people voted in this election

Firstyear Elections

Firstyear Senators (Choose 8): 1969 votes

Ali Khan11% (217)
Spencer Robins11% (209)
Raj Borsellino10% (196)
Avery Armour8% (163)
Josh Stein8% (156)
Daniel de Zeeuw8% (155)
Ali Berman7% (129)
Erika Sams6% (126)
Danielle Brick6% (123)
Jeff Mann6% (119)
Austin Yim6% (110)
Nick Avila5% (98)
Alejandro Paul Pacheco4% (74)
Mick Montesi3% (63)

Constitutional Referendum

Change section 2 of Article V. Elections part D of the constitution to read:
2. Spring Elections: the Executive Branch and the Chair of the Judiciary Council shall be elected separately from all other positions on the first Tuesday of April. All campaigning and elections guidelines shall apply to all candidates but all Senate and Judicial Council positions shall be elected the third Tuesday of April.: 209 votes

Yes (make the proposed changes to the constitution)80% (167)
No (do not make the proposed changes to constitution)20% (42)

Change section 4 of Article V. Elections part D of the constitution to read:
4. February elections shall take place on the third Tuesday of February if there are vacant positions within the Senate, Executive Branch, or Judiciary Council.: 208 votes

Yes (make the proposed changes to the constitution)88% (183)
No (do not make the proposed changes to constitution)12% (25)

Add the following subsection between subsections d. and e. of Article V. Elections part G section 1 of the constitution:
e. Write in candidates must garner support from at least 5% of the voters in order to be elected. If an insufficient number of write-in candidates receive this minimum threshold, the positions will remain unfilled until the next scheduled election.: 278 votes

Yes (make the proposed changes to the constitution)55% (154)
No (do not make the proposed changes to constitution)45% (124)

Add the following subsection between subsections d. and e. of Article V. Elections part G section 1 of the constitution:
f. In case of a potential runoff between write-in candidates, the elections chair must solicit and receive confirmation of each candidates desire to remain in the race before a runoff is held.: 303 votes

Yes (make the proposed changes to the constitution)88% (266)
No (do not make the proposed changes to constitution)12% (37)