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Election Results 2020

In the last few months, students have nominated themselves and ran to become your next generation of representatives here at the Students' Union for the 2020-21 academic year. Despite facing ongoing closures and self-isolation, we have managed to still get 3072 students to vote, amounting to £1536 raised for our three charities (50p per voter was to be added to our donation amount). Your next officer team will be starting in June 2020. 

So here we are. The results. Below are all the successful candidates in this years' student elections. We would like to congratulate all of the lucky winners, thank all the staff involved in organising the elections but most importantly thank every single candidate for running such impressive campaigns despite the most unusual closed-campus elections weeks.

 

Dorothy Chirwa
President

 

Hannah Finney
Activities Officer

 

Benthe Tanghe
Athletic Union Officer

 

Sian Dickie
Education Officer

 

Ella Williams
Editor of the Courier

 

Charlotte Boulton
Postgraduate Officer

 

Nadia Ahmed
Welfare & Equality Officer

Sohum Pandya
BAME Officer

Kate Bennetto
Disability Officer

 

Ben Campbell
LGBT+ Officer

Christopher Winter
Chair of Council

 

Jamie Hampton
Chair of Scrutiny

 

Metro Kieran
Commuting Students' Officer

 

Jennifer Mills
Marginalised Genders Officer

 

Ali & Hussnain
International Students' Officer

 

William Hayes
Students with Faith or Belief Officer

 

Harriet Stanway-Gordon
Student Parents, Carers or Guardians Officer

 



Voter Count

3072


Money Raised (£)

£1536


Meet the Candidates


Societies

The further a society is to the top, the bigger the voter turnout was (percentage of members who have voted). The length of the grey bar is how many individual members voted (the longer the bar, the more students there are).

Clubs

The further a club is to the top, the bigger the voter turnout was (percentage of members who have voted). The length of the grey bar is how many individual members voted (the longer the bar, the more students there are).