2017 Board Election Results Round 4

2017 Election Results – Round 4

Dear Members of the Vietnamese Student Union,

Thank you all for participating in the 2017 Vietnamese Student Union Elections (Part 4). To assure validity, the votes were counted and monitored by a UCLA full-time employee and Community Programs Office (CPO) Internship Director, Chidera Izuchukwu, on June 14th, 2017 at 5:00 pm. In order to be elected, contested positions require a candidate to receive a higher number of confidence votes than the opposing candidate. In order for uncontested positions to be elected, candidates must receive a confidence vote of at least 50%. The results are as follows.

Social Affairs Coordinator

Amy Tran
Confidence: 19, No Confidence: 6 = 76% – ELECTED

Public Relations Coordinator

Philip Phan
Confidence: 18, No Confidence: 5 = 78.2% – ELECTED


Francis Bui
Confidence: 15, No Confidence: 3 = 83.3% – ELECTED

Community Advocacy Coordinator

Hamilton Tran
Confidence: 15, No Confidence: 8 = 65.2% – ELECTED

Congratulations to those elected! Candidates have one week to formally accept. Elected candidates will receive a follow-up notice from the current President. If any position is not accepted, positions will be reopened for appointment.

Thank you for participating in the election process for the future leadership of the Vietnamese Student Union at UCLA.


The Vietnamese Student Union at UCLA