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Student election results

Callib Carver, [email protected]

City College students made their voices heard April 16–17, casting 591 votes to determine which candidates will govern their campus come July 1, according to an April 18 student elections

results press release.

By majority vote, City College Student Associated Council incoming officers are:

• Sandeep Singh, Student Senate President

• Daniel O’Neil, Student Senate, Vice President

• Lincoln Scott, Senator

• Paul Kuang, Club and Events Board Vice President

• Rick Lemus, Los Rios Community College District Student Trustee

Residing City College Student Senate President Taylor Valmores said he is confident that City College students have made good choices.
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“They are all great student leaders,” Valmores said. “I am glad to know that I am leaving my legacy in their hands.”

Student Senate President-elect Singh said the entire electoral process was a whirlwind of activity.

“The campaign was amazing and fun—the running around, the talking to students, getting advice and the whole thing was just so interesting,” Singh said.

According to Singh, the role of spokesperson for City College is one he takes seriously as current Student Senate vice president and hopes to represent students well in his newly elected presidential role.

“I decided to run for president because I felt that I had to keep staying involved, and on top of being involved to be as involved as I possibly could be,” Singh said. “I’m the vice president now

and I love the work, the meetings, the organizing, the talks and debates,” Singh said. “I find them to be really fun, and it means something to the campus and the students that we represent.

That’s what makes it worthwhile for me, and I wanted to bring that mentality to the next year.

“The way I have gone about problem-solving has always been a very open dialogue, talking things through, and I want to do that with this campus, [have an] open forum directly with the

students and open forum directly with the people who can solve whatever issues a student might have,” Singh said. “That is the mentality I’m walking into the presidency with.”

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