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Boyden Ticket Wins 2024 ASUU Election With Record Number of Votes Cast

Joe Boyden is set to become the next ASUU president after his ticket’s victory over the Tsang and SET tickets.
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ASUU President-elect Joe Boyden and Vice President of Student Relations-elect Ty Nishikawa applaud as the results of the executive election are announced during the ASUU election results party in the A. Ray Olpin Student Union in Salt Lake City on Friday, March 1, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

 

The results are in: the Boyden ticket has won the 2024 ASUU election. They beat out both the Tsang ticket and the SET ticket.

The election results were announced today at the ASUU election results party.

In an announcement posted via the ASUU Instagram, the Boyden ticket congratulated their competitors, adding this year’s election broke the record for most votes cast in any ASUU election.

We wanted to congratulate the Tsang and SET tickets on breaking new records for vote counts with us and getting 5,656 total votes cast (the most votes in University of Utah history),” the caption reads.

Boyden added in the video he wants to continue working with his competitors over the next year to make changes on campus.

“We appreciate you, love you and want to continue changing campus with you,” he said.

The Boyden ticket did not respond to the Chronicle’s request for comment.

The ticket ran with the slogan, “Be Bold with Boyden.” Their platform focused on culture, connection and safety on campus at the U, and in the surrounding Salt Lake Valley. 

This includes building a dedicated space for student discounts around the U, as well as building a more centralized social space for students on campus to connect.

The Boyden ticket will be inaugurated on April 24, 2024.

 

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Allison Stuart, News Writer
Allison is a senior at the U and has been writing for the Chronicle since the fall of 2021. Her interests include reading biographies, working out, singing and organizing. She is studying communication with an emphasis in journalism at the University of Utah.
Marco Lozzi, Photographer
Born in Texas and raised by Italian parents, Marco Lozzi grew up with two vastly different cultures. Now a sophomore at the U, he is majoring in communication with a journalism emphasis while also minoring in photography and Italian. He joined the Chrony to gain experience working as a photojournalist for a larger entity. When he's not taking or editing photos, he can be found hitting the slopes, napping, or making pasta.

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