Student By-election 2017: Candidate Announcement

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Nominations for this year's Student By-election closed yesterday afternoon, and we can now announce the 2017 RGU:Union By-election candidates!

Voting begins on Monday 13th November at 1pm and runs through until 2pm on Thursday 16th March. Candidate profiles, manifestos, and videos will be available to view very soon at www.rguunion.co.uk/elections.

If you are unsure about who to vote for, make sure to attend our Election Question Time event, which takes place on Monday 13th November at 12pm on Union Way. This is a chance for you to hear directly from each candidate, and also gives you the opportunity to ask them any questions about their aims and pledges for the year ahead.

Results will be announced on 16th November at 3pm on The Terrace, Union Way.

Vice President (International)

Edgar Daio
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Raising And Giving (RAG) Chair

Madeline Travis
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Students' Union Trustee

Arham Aziz
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Postgraduate Governor

Sunday Afiko
Obinna Ebirim
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Undergraduate Governor

Kerry Harrison
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