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Election Results

The candidates campaigned, the students voted, and the results are in for the spring 2012 student government elections.

In the Student Associated Council races, Taylor Valmores won the presidential race for the Student Senate. Paul Kuang was elected president of the Clubs and Events Board. The total number of votes was 488.

Bryan Ryan won the Student Trustee position for the Los Rios Community College District with a total number of 1,244 votes from students from all four colleges.

The new officers will begin their duties July 1.

Elections took place April 17-18 from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. in the Learning Resource Center at City College. Voting also took place at both the Davis and West Sacramento centers. The full list of winners is listed below. Any open positions will be filled in the fall, according to Kim Beyrer, faculty counselor for student leadership and development.

Clubs and Events Board:
President: Paul Kuang
Vice President: Melissa Thanpirak
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Student Senate:
President: Taylor Valmores
Vice President: Husham Haroun

Secretary of Sustainability: Michael Viscuso

Senator: William D. Taylor

Student Trustee: Bryan Ryan

For more information, please contact Kim Beyrer, at [email protected] or 916-558-2607.

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