Welcome to the page of ASUCD Vice President Bradley Bottoms


About Bradley,


Bradley Bottoms is a third year Political Science Public Service and Sociology Organizational Studies double major from Pacifica, California. Bradley has been involved with the Association since his first year at Davis, when he worked as the assistant to the Vice President, as well as Lobby Corps. During his second year, Bradely was elected to Senate as an independent candidate and served as an Resident Advisor in the Regan area of Segundo. In his free time, Bradley enjoys doing anything outdoors, especially hiking and cycling. He also enjoys singing classical voice and wearing his cow suit to UC Davis Athletic events.  Bradley is overjoyed to be serving UC Davis undergraduates, and cannot wait to fulfill his platform goals and other exciting projects throughout the year. He welcomes visitors and questions from the public, believing that such interactions will keep him a better advocate for students.

Contact Information,

Bradley accepts visitors in his office 344 Memorial Union. You can also contact Bradley directly at vicepresident@asucd.ucdavis.edu.


Campaign Statement and Platform,

Hey Aggies!

We are Carly Sandstrom and Bradley Bottoms and we want to be your next ASUCD President and Vice President! Carly has served as the External Affairs Commission Chair, Chief of Staff to ASUCD President Adam Thongsavat, and was VP of Philanthropy for Pi Phi and currently serves on the Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs Recruitment Advisory Committee, helps lead fund raising for the ASUCD Scholarship and the UC Davis Jobs Initiative. Bradley currently serves as an ASUCD Senator, is the student representative of the UCD Accreditation Steering Committee, and worked as a Resident Advisor in Segundo, was Chief of Staff to Vice President Bree Rombi, and an Advisor to the Freshmen Leadership Councils.

NOW wants to promote student interests all around our campus. We believe that college should be the best 4 years of our life and ASUCD should support our students academically, financially, and socially.

Students need jobs to pay for college and gain valuable experience. We will maximize student employment in our proposed budget by adding new student jobs . Additionally, we will continue to work with campus departments and alumni to ensure that Aggies are employed not only while attending UC Davis but also after graduation.

We are committed to making UC Davis accessible to students of all backgrounds. We will continue fundraising for the ASUCD Scholarship. We will work with the other Student Associations and state legislators to increase funding to the UCs.

We will establish a place on campus that will feature popular artists in an intimate setting, that students will go to watch Aggies at away games, and where students can unwind in between classes.

Many students are unaware of the services ASUCD provides and where their money is going. We will create a marketing unit within ASUCD to direct students to our services.

We want to expand the operations of units like Aggie Reuse, Aggie Threads, and the Pantry to ensure students are getting discounted, affordable prices for clothes, school supplies, and books right on campus.

There is an obvious disconnect between the city and the students that live here. We will fight for Picnic Day, against the Minor Alcohol Preclusion Act, and work with City Council to create a new Davis Model Lease to improve and protect student rights when leasing properties.

We want to create an environment where alumni will come back to watch football games, hire Aggies to work for their companies, donate to our programs, and proudly sport their Aggie gear. We will broaden the presence of UC Davis and improve our reputation in the Northern California region by coordinating with administration to make affordable Aggie gear widely available.