Here’s a short and partial rundown of the results of the University Student Council elections in Diliman.
|1.||Titus C.K. Tan||KAISA||4,900|
|2.||Airah T. Cadiogan||STAND-UP||3,389|
|3.||Nina Marie D. Acasio||ALYANSA||1,276|
Titus Tan of KAISA won the Chairpersonship of the University Student Council, with a commanding 4,900 votes, while Jaque Eroles of STAND-UP clinched the Vice-Chairpersonship with 4,525.
|1.||Jacqueline J. Eroles||STAND-UP||4,525|
|2.||Joseph M. Gutierrez||ALYANSA||3,911|
We only won four out of twelve seats among the USC Councilors.
I was honestly upset when news broke of the results, and I was actually in disbelief, as it was really something we, or I personally did not expect. Assessments of the election campaign have been ongoing and resolutions will be forged.
To our candidates who weren’t fortunate enough to win seats in the student council, I have no doubt on your continued commitment to serve the people and the students in various fields and arena. And I’m looking forward to the work that we shall continue to do. It’s been a tiring campaign season for all of us, but it’s genuinely been a pleasure to have been among your campaign managers.
The incoming USC will prove to be one of the most evenly-divided (among political parties) USC in recent history. Good luck to the incoming University Student Council!
|1.||Christopher T. Yu||Independent||3,918|
|2.||Mario C. Cerilles||ALYANSA||3,888|
|3.||Katrina Nessa M. Abad||STAND-UP||3,486|
|4.||Luis Jose F. Geronimo||ALYANSA||3,446|
|5.||Andrea Monica V. Gonzales||ALYANSA||3,235|
|6.||Fermina A. Agudo||STAND-UP||2,884|
|7.||Katrina Ross P. Manzano||ALYANSA||2,738|
|8.||Muhamad Jumer C. Sali||STAND-UP||2,717|
|9.||Raymond Charles V. Pestana||STAND-UP||2,654|
|10.||Brian K. Ong||KAISA||2,621|
|11.||Jose Leandro R. Alinea||KAISA||2,578|
|12.||Lee Tomas O. Tan||KAISA||2,512|