Trustee Board
 

 

 

NOMINATIONS

 

If you're interested in nominating yourself for a role here at the Union, then check out how in our new Elections Handbook and submit your details below. If you'd like some more information, then you can have a chat with our Student Voice team here. 

 

Spring Elections 2020

The Spring elections are the elections in which we elect; the Student Officers, Standing Committee Chairs, Executive Committee and Chair of Student Assembly. We have elections to ensure that those people representing the views of students are the people you as students feel best represent you.

15 posts are up for election.

Nominations are now closed.

The polls open at 09:00 on Tuesday 25 February 2020 (in 5 days and 9 hours)

Post List
Read more about the positions up for election and what each role entails.
Candidate List
See who's running for each post and read their manifestos.

 

Would you like some more information about elections? Drop into the Student Voice Office, located in the Hamilton Centre on the following dates and times:

Tuesday 4th February, 11am to 1pm

Monday 10th February, 2pm to 4pm

Tuesday 11th February, 2pm to 4pm

Wednesday 12th February, 2pm to 4pm

 

Key dates to be aware of:

Nominations Open: 3rd February 2020, 10am – 13th February 2020, 4pm

Candidates Briefing: 14th February 2020, 5:30pm or 17th February 2020, 5:30pm in LECT 061

If you have submitted a nomination you MUST ATTEND one of these sessions

Campaigning begins: 17th February 2020, 7pm

Manifesto Deadline: 18th February 2020, 4pm

Submit your text manifesto on the nomination form, along with your picture. For your PDF manifesto please submit it here.

Question time: 19th February 2020, 5pm and 20th February 2020, 5pm in the Venue

Voting: 25th February 2020, 9am – 27th February 2020, 2pm

Results: 27th February 2020, 8pm in The Venue

 

Candidate Printing

We have some new rules for candidates printing as this will all be done through the Union. Please head over to our dedicated page to find out how to submit and what format is required. HERE.