Students' Union By-election - Candidates Announcement

Nominations have closed and we can now announce the candidates for this year's RGU:Union By-election.

Vice President (Sport)
Isla Mackenzie
Kirsten Stavasius
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Students' Union Trustee
Confidence Chioma Ben
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Postgraduate Governor
James Durojaiye
Tumini Wilcox
Re-open Nominations

Full candidate information, including campaign videos and manifestos, will be available very soon at www.rguunion.co.uk/elections.

Voting will run from Tuesday 10th November until 2pm on Thursday 12th November.

You can hear first-hand from each of the candidates, and ask them your questions, at our RGU:Union By-election Question Time event, which takes place on Tuesday 10th November at midday on University Street.

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