Daniel Coffey/Nevada Sagebrush Caden Fabbi (left) and Jessica Salsman (right) react to the ASUN election results on Thursday, March 12 at the Joe Crowley Student Union. Fabbi and Salsman will preside over ASUN as president and vice president, respectively.

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Caden Fabbi (left) and Jessica Salsman (right) react to the Associated Students of the University of Nevada election results on Thursday, March 12 at the Joe Crowley Student Union. Fabbi and Salsman will preside over ASUN as president and vice president, respectively.

Staff Report

In the 2015 elections for the Associated Students of the University of Nevada, 3,058 votes were cast for president, vice president and 22 senators representing the University of Nevada, Reno’s nine colleges. Turnout for the elections was the highest since 2011 with more than 19 percent of undergraduate students casting their votes.

Below are the winners of each respective election, listed from high to low by number of votes received.


 

ASUN President-Elect:

Caden Fabbi, 1,980

 

ASUN Vice President-Elect:

Jessica Salsman, 1,523

 

College of Business Senators-Elect:

Brandon Boone, 325

Sebastian Atienza, 309

Kelsey Hannah, 290

 

CABNR Senators-Elect:

Michael Upton, 164

Makayla Ragnone, 153

 

College of Education Senators-Elect:

Millie Carro, 152

Thomas Green, 97

 

College of Engineering Senators-Elect:

Alex Crupi, 248

Rachel Lucas, 244

Anthony Ramirez, 234

 

Division of Health Sciences Senators-Elect:

Amanda Cuevas, 313

Austin Mathias, 276

Casey Connolly, 275

 

Reynold’s School of Journalism Senator-Elect:

Sadie Feinberg, 148

 

College of Liberal Arts Senators-Elect:

Jacob Boult, 316

Bailey Gamberg, 263

Cecilia Cervantes, 259

Ashley Loera, 245

 

College of Science Senators-Elect:

Abbie Schepps, 165

Colin Wilhelm, 127

 

Interdisciplinary Programs Senators-Elect:

Nick Andrew, 137

Larissa Gloutak, 135

 

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