Of all ballots cast for president, 28 were improperly completed and therefore rejected; of all the ballots cast for vice president, eight were improperly completed and therefore rejected; henceforth “ballot” means a legal vote for office. The forms used for voting contain two ballots, one for each office. “Undervote” means a ballot that did not specify second and/or third preferences and was therefore to be ignored in any run-off counts. For the Office of President: Two Candidates Andrew D. King; Justin K. Happ First Count: 1,000 Ballots cast; 501 votes needed for majority. King 727 – 72.7 percent Happ 273 – 27.3 percent Result: Andrew D. King elected LUCC President with 72.7 percent of the vote For the Office of Vice President: Four Candidates Elizabeth J. Crean; Alex A. Ajayi; Evan M. Williams; Annie E. Kaiser First Count: 1,020 Ballots cast; 511 votes needed for majority. Crean 288 – 28.26 percent Ajayi 278 – 27.25 percent Williams 257 – 25.20 percent Kaiser 197 19.31 percent Result: No majority was reached; Annie E. Kaiser, with the fewest votes, is eliminated. First Runoff, Second Count: 995 Ballots cast, 25 undervotes; 498 votes needed for majority. Crean 342 – 34.37 percent Ajayi 328 – 32.96 percent Williams 325 – 32.66 percent Result: No majority was reached; Evan M. Williams, with the fewest votes, is eliminated. Second Runoff, Third Count: 957 Ballots cast, 38 more undervotes, for 63 total undervotes; 479 votes needed for majority. Crean 484 – 50.57 percent Ajayi 473 49.43 percent Result: Ellizabeth J. Crean elected LUCC Vice-President with 50.57 percent of the vote.