Student Elections 2019: Candidate Announcement

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Nominations have closed and we can now announce the candidates for this year's RGU Student Elections.

Candidate profile videos and full manifestos will be available to view shortly, and don't forget that you can cast your votes between Monday 4th and Friday 8th March at www.rguunion.co.uk

Look out for the candidates and their teams around the campus next week campaigning, plus if you want to hear from them directly and take the opportunity to ask questions about their aims for the year ahead, come along to our Question Time event on Monday 4th March at 12pm in the Sir Ian Wood Building Amphitheatre.

All RGU students are encouraged to attend to hear from their future team of Student Presidents and Vice Presidents!

President (Communication & Democracy)

CAMERON EELES 
URSULA OJIJI 
VAL FORBES 
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President (Education & Welfare)

EMMANUEL AKERELE 
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President (Sport & Physical Activity)

KIERAN MATTHEWS 
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Vice President (Societies)

MEGAN KERR
GABI UZUNOVA
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Vice President (International)

DAMI YUSUF
GONZALO LARA DE LEYVA
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Vice President (Education)

ROSS LEVEN
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Vice President (Welfare)

EMMANUELA JENEWARI
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Vice President (Sport)

JORDAN MOORE
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Postgraduate Governor

EMMANUEL EKE
JOSEPH OGUNYEMI
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Undergraduate Governor

CHANTAY PINAS
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