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    2016 ASEWU GENERAL ELECTION RESULTS

    These results are unofficial until approved by the ASEWU Council.

    TOBACCO /SMOKE -FREE CAMPUS ADVISORY VOTE

    Question #1

    The following questions are for advisory purposes and only to gather information about whether students are interested in a tobacco/smoke-free campus. Your participation is completely voluntary. These results do not have any effect on the ASEWU elections.

    Does secondhand smoke on campus bother you?
    a. Yes ................................................ 768.0 
    b. No .................................................. 249.0

    Question #2 

    The following questions are for advisory purposes and only to gather information about whether students are interested in a tobacco/smoke-free campus. Your participation is completely voluntary. These results do not have any effect on the ASEWU elections.

    Have you ever experienced any immediate negative health effects from secondhand smoke on campus (i.e. coughing, wheezing, asthma attack, or allergic reaction)?
    a. Yes ................................................ 592.0
    b. No................................................... 415.0

    Question #3

    The following questions are for advisory purposes and only to gather information about whether students are interested in a tobacco/smoke-free campus. Your participation is completely voluntary. These results do not have any effect on the ASEWU elections.

    Tobacco free includes cigarettes, e-cigarettes, all other smoking devices and tobacco products.

    Smoke free includes cigarettes, e-cigarettes, and all other smoking devices.

    Would you support a tobacco/smoke free policy at EWU? (Select one)
    a. Yes, tobacco free......................... 428.0
    b. Yes, smoke free .......................... 393.0
    c. No.................................................. 185.0

    EXECUTIVE

    PRESIDENT
    Franklin Cody Koch............................... 583.0
    Dulce Gutierrez Vasquez....................... 358.0
    Other ..................................................... 13.0 

    EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT
    Carlos Hernandez.................................. 481.0
    Bryce Dressler....................................... 479.0
    Other ...................................................... 8.0 

    DIRECTOR OF FINANCE
    Mike Cardenas...................................... 600.0
    Devin Butler......................................... 326.0
    Other ...................................................... 7.0

    COUNCIL

    COUNCIL POSITION #1:  ACADEMIC AFFAIRS
    Gaige Baisch.................................... 834.0 
    Other ................................................ 27.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #2:  ATHLETIC AFFAIRS AND UNIVERSITY ADVANCEMENT
    Jake Radawick...................................... 837.0
    Other....................................................... 29.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #3:  DIVERSITY OUTREACH
    Jorge Garcia........................................ 566.0
    Yousef Almalki.................................... 347.0
    Other ...................................................... 11.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #4:  GRADUATE AFFAIRS
    Peter Schlegel...................................... 391.0
    Timothy Weber.................................... 441.0
    Other ...................................................... 7.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #5:  LEGISLATIVE AFFAIRS
    Haley Risley........................................... 531.0
    Christopher Ryckman ............................ 346.0
    Other ........................................................ 8.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #6:  STUDENT ACTIVITIES
    Elizabeth Shimamoto.......................... 604.0
    Dezirae Brown.................................... 292.0
    Other ..................................................... 7.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #7:  STUDENT HEALTH AND SAFETY SERVICES
    Katie Flood......................................... 444.0
    Ashley Jenniges.................................. 468.0
    Other .................................................... 10.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #8:  STUDENT SERVICES 
    Ana Melendrez.................................... 539.0
    Tyler Seavey....................................... 384.0
    Other ..................................................... 6.0

    COUNCIL POSITION #9:  TECHNOLOGY ADVANCEMENT
    Wesley Snell....................................... 836.0
    Other ................................................... 24.0

    Total Votes Cast: 1,097.0
    Total Number of Students Eligible to Vote: 13,095.0
    Total Percentage of Students Voting: 8.377%


     

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