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ASCC Elections

The Associated Student of Cerritos College holds elections twice a year. In fall elections are open for those interested in running for one of the 26 Senator seats within our student Senate. In spring elections are held for those interested in becoming ASCC President, Vice President, and/or Cerritos College Student Trustee. 


2022-2023 President & Vice President

Ballot #2

Mohaddisa Naqvi & Emily Gomez

"As students who have always strived to do their best to be proactive and advocates in their community, becoming ASCC President and Vice President would provide us both with the resources to continue to make a difference here at Cerritos College. With your vote, we would be provided with a platform that can connect us to students as we work to resolve any issues that they may have and to be the voice for those in need. We hope to meet every student's standards in what they envision Cerritos College to be. Thank you for considering us for these positions!"


2022-2023 Student Trustee

Ballot #1

Hector Ledesma

"I am Hector Ledesma, son of Mexican Immigrants and born and raised in Los Angeles. Growing up in a diverse community I’ve also been presented with diverse injustices. However, my inner dreamer strives to make positive changes in my community. For instance, as Co-Director of the Break Free From Plastic Campaign, I helped successfully implement a 7-year elimination plan of single-use plastics at Cerritos College. This journey is valuable because I get to serve a bigger purpose. And as Student Trustee, I will serve and ensure that student voices are heard and your perspective is represented!"

Note:

Only votes from current Cerritos College students who have paid the Spring 2022 Cerritos College Student Activities fee will be count. The write-in candidate field is only for those not on the ballot. 

ASCC and Student Trustee Information Session

This session is designed to inform students about ASCC election processes, positions, and responsibilities.

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 1, 2022, at 11 a.m.
Where: Virtual Session via Zoom 


ASCC and Student Trustee Candidate Orientation

Once the candidate submits an application and meets all eligibility requirements, the candidate must attend this orientation to learn more about the election process, campaigning regulations and meet the other candidates.

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11 a.m. 
Where: In person location, BK 111 OR attend the orientation via Zoom


ASCC and Student Trustee Candidate Forum 

This is a public forum for students to get to know the candidates running and be able to ask them questions about their campaign. 

Date & Time: Tuesday, March 29, 2022 11 a.m. 
Where: In person location, BK111 OR view the Forum on Zoom 


Campaign Period

Tuesday, March 22, 2022 - Tuesday, April 5, 2022
This is the designated timeframe when ASCC candidates can promote their candidacy via social media, online, or in print.


ASCC and Student Trustee Election Dates

Students may vote in the 2022-2023 ASCC Elections starting Wednesday, April 6, 2022, at 12:00 a.m. throughThursday, April 7, 2022, at 11:59 p.m. Voting will take place through Canvas. The link will also be made available on this website.

Ballot Numbers and Candidiate Names

President & Vice President Candidates

Ballot Number 1

Samantha Chang & Teia Poblete

"As candidates, we are eager to make a difference on campus and strive to unify the students through efforts, especially in-person next year. We are both involved within ASCC Cabinet and Senate, providing different insights from the student government branches. As excelling students, we hope to achieve greater accomplishments in the school's environment, clubs, and curriculum, specifically diversity and equality for everyone. We are excited to bring inclusivity for all students, being the voices that make them feel heard. Making a positive impact at Cerritos College is our main goal and we hope to bring these visions to life."

Ballot Number 2

Mohaddisa Naqvi & Emily Gomez

"As students who have always strived to do their best to be proactive and advocates in their community, becoming ASCC President and Vice President would provide us both with the resources to continue to make a difference here at Cerritos College. With your vote, we would be provided with a platform that can connect us to students as we work to resolve any issues that they may have and to be the voice for those in need. We hope to meet every student's standards in what they envision Cerritos College to be. Thank you for considering us for these positions!"

Student Trustee Candidate

Ballot Number 1

Hector Ledesma

"I am Hector Ledesma, son of Mexican Immigrants and born and raised in Los Angeles. Growing up in a diverse community I’ve also been presented with diverse injustices. However, my inner dreamer strives to make positive changes in my community. For instance, as Co-Director of the Break Free From Plastic Campaign, I helped successfully implement a 7-year elimination plan of single-use plastics at Cerritos College. This journey is valuable because I get to serve a bigger purpose. And as Student Trustee, I will serve and ensure that student voices are heard and your perspective is represented!"

ASCC President & Vice President

Ballot #1: Samantha Chang & Teia Poblete – 184 votes

Ballot #2: Mohaddisa Naqvi & Emily Gomez – 200 votes

Student Trustee

Ballot #1: Hector Ledesma – 312 votes

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