Student By-election 2016: The Results

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The results of our Student By-election 2016 have just been announced..

Postgraduate University Governor

Total voters             281
Quota to win           110


April Cuffy               197
RON                        23

April Cuffy is elected.


VP Environment & Ethics

For the election of VP Environmental and Ethics some complaints were received concerning one of the candidates.

An investigation has been carried out in line with the Elections Regulations in section 5 of the Constitution and it has been found that there was a breach of regulations, as a consequence Gonzalo Lara De Leyva has been disqualified from this election.

His first preference votes will be re-allocated to the remaining candidates in the election which includes re-open nominations. 


Total valid votes           513
Quota to win                 239.5

Boma Fubara               303
RON                             176

Boma Fubara is elected


President (Sport & Physical Activity)

Total voters                     456
Quota to win                   219.5


Ritchie Duncan               307
Kirsten Stavasius           132
RON                                0

Ritchie Duncan is elected.


Election Turnout           722

Thank you to all of our candidates, and all students who voted, helping us to set a new RGU By-election record!

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