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Autumn By-Elections: Notice of Poll

The Deputy Returning Officer hereby gives notice of poll of the Autumn By-Elections 2018

The following students are standing for  the following roles in our Autumn Elections.

Position Name of Candidate(s)

Student Councillor (Law)

 

 

 

 

Dhir, Sahiba

Duffin, Olivia

Ibrahim, Aminah

Muiz Malik, Abdul

Pitt, Jorja

Student Councillor (SASS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Bohm, Rayan

Haj Khalil, Shahd

Kaufmanis, Edgars

Matoshi, Dren

Maqsood, Usama

Narbay, Taimas

Riaz, Saqlain

Sultana, Nazmin

Vytoptova, Tatiana

Student Councillor (SHS)

 

 

 

Agboola, Mobolanle

Ahmed, Fowzia

Ahmed, Siddeeqah

Siddequi, Sadia

Student Councillor (MCSE) Tamimi, Abdurrahman

 

For further details about these elections please review our Elections Regulations.

How to Vote

Voting for elections opens online on Monday 5th November at 12pm and will close on Friday 9th November at 12pm. You can log onto our website at any time and vote at www.citystudents.co.uk/elections

Result of Election

The election shall be counted and announced online following the close of the elections and completion of any outstanding appeals and disciplinary actions. We hope to announce by Monday 12th November on our website.

Contacting the Deputy Returning Officer

The Deputy Returning Officer for this election is Hannah Roberts and she may be contacted via the following email address suelections@city.ac.uk  

The Returning Officer is Peter Robinson, NUS.

Please send all questions about the elections through to suelections@city.ac.uk  

Complaints

Any student can submit a complaint about a candidate or their campaigner, full details of grounds for complaints can be found in Section 14 of the Elections Bye-Laws. To submit a complaint please email the Deputy Returning Officer on suelections@city.ac.uk

 

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