Student Elections 2017: The Results

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Voting for this year's RGU:Union Student Elections closed this afternoon, and the results were announced at 3pm by our Returning Officer, Fergus Boden from NUS Scotland.


President (Communication & Democracy)

MICHAEL IFE is elected after 5 rounds of voting.
 


President (Education & Welfare)

KERRY HARRISON is elected after 4 rounds of voting.
 


President (Sport & Physical Activity)

EILIDH PATERSON is elected.
 


Vice President (Wellbeing & Equal Opportunities)

JENNIFER RITCHIE is elected after 2 rounds of voting.
 


Vice President (Entertainment & Events)

MARTIN THOMSON is elected.
 


Vice President (Environment & Ethics)

GONZALO LARA DE LEYVA is elected.
 


Vice President (Societies)

MARTHA GILMORE is elected.
 


Vice President (Sport)

GAVIN RITTOO is elected.
 


Congratulations to all of our candidates, and massive thanks to all students who took the time to vote.

Turnout: 1422
Total Votes: 6585
Percentage: 12%

 

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