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02
Mar

Spring Elections 2018: Results

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Results are in for our Spring Elections 2018!

Thank you to everyone who voted this week. Despite the difficult conditions this year (strikes, adverse weather and campus closure), we got a total of 4,687 votes.

Without further ado, here are the results…  A full breakdown is available at www.susu.org/results

Sabbatical Officer positions

These are our Sabbatical Officers for 2018/19:

Union President – Emily Dawes with 1,942 votes (3,869 votes cast)

Vice President Democracy and Creative Industries – Evie Reilly with 2,017 votes (3,443 votes cast)

Vice President Welfare – Isabella Camilleri with 1,801 votes (3,330 votes cast)

Vice President Engagement – Fleur Elizabeth Walsh … Read the rest

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02
Mar

Why vote in the Spring Elections?

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The snow should not prevent you from voting – Our online voting system is open until 16:00 today, so you can exercise your right to vote in any circumstances…

Not sure why it’s important? Below are just a couple of reasons (amongst many others) why we think you should take the time to cast your vote:

Why should I vote?

As a Students’ Union, we exist to enrich your life at University and our decisions affect anything from clubs and societies funding to Freshers’ activities, academic and University decisions or implementation of support services across campuses.

Voting is the best … Read the rest

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