The election results indicate CSUEU-endorsed candidate Taylor received 55 percent of the valid votes cast during the voting period, which took place from August 29 through September 29. Unofficial election results also indicate that Mathur received 56 percent of the valid votes cast. More than 40,000 active state and public agency CalPERS members voted in the election. Both Taylor and Mathur will serve 4-year terms that begin on January 16, 2015. Taylor will be serving her first term on the CalPERS Board. She currently serves as a Principal Compliance Representative for the Franchise Tax Board. Mathur was first elected to the CalPERS Board in 2003 and currently serves as Board Vice President. She also serves as chair of the Pension & Health Benefits Committee and vice chair of the Board Governance and Performance, Compensation & Talent Management Committees.