GSU Elections - The Results

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The GSU Elections have been a storming success this year with a phenomenal and all-time high voter turnout of 2446 voters!

Voting took place between the 4th-7th March 2019 and now we can announce who you have voted for to win.

 

GSU Officer

There are four GSU Officer positions, we will announce which GSU Officer has accepted the position of President soon.

Your GSU Officers for 2019/2020 are:

Henry Setter

Jono Smith

Bilal Ijaz

Mayo Femi-Obalemo

Faculty Officers

In each of the Faculty Officer Elections, there are four positions available.

The following candidates have been elected.

Business Faculty

Emeema Jacob

Amy Rowe

Bianca Stoica

Ria Jamaluddin

 

Education and Health Faculty

Holly Hood

 

Liberal Arts & Sciences 

Zöe Campbell

Caitie Gardner

Yulia Tasheva

Darnell White-Russell

 

Engineering & Science

Luke Arscott

Loni Hornung

Duncan Wanza

Moulan Zahir

 

Congratulations to all of the candidates for campaigning!

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