RGU: Union Student By-Election | The Results

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The 2017 By-election ended this afternoon and the results have been announced:

 

Edgar Daio was elected to the role of Vice President (International) with 123 votes.

 

For the role of RAG Chair, Madeline Travis was elected with 112 votes.

 

For the Students’ Union Trustee Arham Aziz was voted in with 119 votes.

 

Kerry Harrison was elected as the Undergraduate Governor with 110 votes.

 

Finally, with 219 votes, Obinna Ebirim was elected to the role of Postgraduate Governor.

 

There was a total of 982 votes cast in this by-election, meaning there was 260 votes more than in than there was in 2016, setting a new record for participation in by-elections.

 

Radar would like to wish our new representatives the best of luck in their new roles.

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