Student Elections 2015 - The Results

This year's RGU Students' Union Election results have just been announced in Campus Bar by NUS Scotland Director Russell Gunson (Returning Officer). They are...

President (Communication & Democracy)
Quota: 545

Edward Pollock 619
Atiyota Ambrose Agba 454
RON 17

** Edward Pollock is elected President (Communication & Democracy)

President (Education & Welfare)
Quota: 567

Steve Mills 698
Yvonne Ofordu 421
RON 15

** Steve Mills is elected President (Education & Welfare)

President (Sport & Physical Activity)
Quota: 787

GianPiero Franchi 819
Hannah Dobbs 433
Chima Wujah 317
RON 5

** GianPiero Franchi is elected President (Sport & Physical Activity)

Vice President (International)
Quota: 422

Frederick Ferife 791
RON 53

** Frederick Ferife is elected Vice President (International)

Vice President (Societies)
Quota: 371

David Munro 698
RON 44

** David Munro is elected Vice President (Societies)

Vice President (Student Affairs)
Quota: 355

John Doran 648
RON 62

** John Doran is elected Vice President (Student Affairs)

RAG Chair
Quota: 407

Marty McGouran 763
RON 51

** Marty McGouran is elected RAG Chair

Vice President (Wellbeing & Equal Opportunities)
Quota: 446.5

Martin Thomson 522
Collins Juweh 361
RON 10

** Martin Thomson is elected Vice President (Wellbeing & Equal Opportunities)

Undergraduate Governor
Quota: 357.5

Edward Pollock 636
RON 79

** Edward Pollock is elected Undergraduate Governor

Turnout (individual voters): 1734
Total number of votes cast: 9383

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