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Voter Information

All currently enrolled Sac State Students in a matriculated program can vote for Executive Candidates. Additionally, they may vote for a representative from their college; if a graduate student, the graduate representative; or if undeclared, the representative of undeclared students.

You can vote online at from any computer beginning Tuesday, April 9 at 8:00am through Wednesday, April 10 at 7:30pm.

You can also vote at the ASI polling location located in the western University Union Walkway. The ASI polling location(s) will be open from 8:00am on Tuesday, April 9th through 7:30pm and re-open Wednesday, April 10th, from 8:00am-7:30pm.

Candidate Forum Videos

Sample 2019 Ballot & Voter Booklet

2019 Voter Booklet

2019 ASI Elections Voter Booklet

2019 Sample Ballot

2019 ASI Elections Sample Ballot


Voter Events

Date Event Location Time
3/25/19 Coffee & Candidates Redwood Room, University Union 10am-11am
3/28/19 Stingers Up Social Riverview: Conference Room A&B 4pm-6pm
4/02/19 Executive Candidate Forum – VPAA, VPUA, VPF Auburn Room, University Union 12pm-1pm
4/04/19 Executive Candidate Forum – Presidential Ticket Lobby Suite, University Union 12pm-1pm
4/09/19 Election Kick-Off Event Ballroom, University Union 11am-1pm
4/09/19 ELECTION DAY – VOTING BEGINS or in UU Walkway Polls open at 8am
4/10/19 ELECTION DAY – LAST VOTING DAY or in UU Walkway Polls close at 7:30pm
4/10/19 Election Results Party Terrace Suite, The Well 7:30pm


Clubs/Organizations Eligible For 2019 Cash for Clubs

American Society of Civil Engineers
Association for Computing Machinery
Beta Alpha Psi
California Nursing Student Association
Circle K International
College Democrats at Sac State
College Republicans
Competitive Robotics
Computer Technology Club
Environmental Student Organization
FYE Peer Mentor Club
Global Medical Brigades
Healthcare Administration Club
Hmong Health Alliance
Honors Committee
Improv, Why Not ?
Kappa Delta Chi
Men’s Rowing
Minority Association of Premedical Students
Panhellenic Sorority Council
Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity
Quidditch Club
Sacramento Fishing Club
Sigma Theta Psi
Silver Wings
Softball Club
Student Association of Laboratory Scientists
Student Economics Association
Student Parent Club
Transfer Student Association
Wakeboard Club
Women’s Rugby Club
Women’s Soccer Club

Fact Check

The candidates will have a lot of great things to say. We will use this section to address their comments and provide clarification on information and facts.

To request a fact check please email the elections officer:

ASI Vice President Forum 4.02.2019

Vice President of Finance Candidates


Candidate Jordan La Bier encouraged students to attend the ASI Board meeting on Wednesday, April 3 to voice their concern of budget cuts to clubs and organizations in the coming year.


The ASI Finance & Budget committee recommended to the ASI board of directors to approve a budget for the 2019-2020 year allowing for the same amounts as the 2018-2019 budget year for Dollars for Organizations & Clubs (DOC), National Travel Fund and National Championship Fund.   The ASI Finance & Budget committee reviews the External Grant applications provided by campus programs and recommended to increase the annual award this year by $2610 over last year’s allocation.  Students are welcomed and encouraged to attend weekly ASI Finance & Budget committee meetings on Tuesdays from 3:00-5:00 PM in the Capital Room.  ASI Board meetings are held on Wednesdays from 2:00-5:00 Pm in various locations.  Please see our website for more details.

ASI Presidential Ticket Forum 4.04.2019

Presidential Ticket – Opening Statement

Statement:   Jenn & I have been working the ASI Board for the past year now.  We have worked on a variety of ASI projects.  Most notably I would like to point out that we worked to help bring the Vote Center onto campus.   We the first public university to do that.

Fact:  Nathan Dietrich of the Public Affairs & Advocacy office & Nicki Croly of Student Organizations & Leadership  office worked with other campus partners to bring the Vote Center on campus by working with the Sacramento County Department of Voter Registration and Elections for the primary election in June 2018 and the General Election in November 2018.    The ASI Board of Directors did Adopt the Vote Center as part of their annual strategic priorities for the 2018-2019 year and provided strategic priority funding to celebrate Elections Day November 2018.