Dear Members of the Vietnamese Student Union,
Thank you all for participating in the 2013 Vietnamese Student Union Elections (Round 2, Part 1 + Round 1 Finale). The votes were counted last night on May 15, 2013 by the President, Roman Nguyen, and the VSU Election Committee members, Steven Pham and John Le. To assure validity, the counting of the votes was monitored by a UCLA full-time employee and Director of the Community Programs Office, Antonio Sandoval. The results are as follows:
Joanna Lee – Confidence: 22, No Confidence: 2 = 91.7% Elected
Calvin Lam – Confidence: 25, No Confidence: 0 = 100% Elected
Matt Le – Confidence: 24, No Confidence: 3 = 88.9% Elected
Social Affairs Coordinator:
Minh Quan Nguyen – Confidence: 16, No Confidence: 11 = 59.3% Elected
Anh Q Nguyen – Confidence: 31, No Confidence: 2 = 93.9% 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 election.
We will continue with elections Week 9, May 29. More information will be available at a later time. Expected start time of election will be 6:00 PM. A general reminder, the next election will begin promptly and coming in late may result in being unable to vote for a position
Board applications are reopen for the following positions:
- Political Advocacy Coordinator
- Intercollegiate Council Representative
- Community Advocacy Coordinator
Download Application Here: http://www.vsubruins.com/wp-
Due May 24, 2013 by 5:00 PM.
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