The Leadership Race - Candidates for VP Community and Welfare and Men's and Women’s Welfare Officer

In this article, you will find the candidates for Vice President Community and Welfare (VPCW) and two of our part-time volunteers, the Men’s Welfare Officer and Women’s Welfare Officer roles. At the bottom of this article, you can find the link to our elections page where the candidates are available to view for all of the Leadership Race positions, as well as a link to the referendum.

Please note not all of the candidates have submitted a photo or manifesto prior to the deadline of 10:00 Friday 14 February. Where this is the case will put “Manifesto not submitted before the deadline.” or “No photo submitted.”

Each election will include Re Open Nominations (RON) so that if you feel the candidate or candidates are not suitable you can vote for RON and if RON wins we will re-run the election at a future date.

Voting will be from 10:00 Monday 2 March until 22:00 Thursday 5 March, with the results being announced from 19:00 Friday 6 March. www.thestudentsunion.co.uk/vote

All of our candidates are in alphabetical order by the first name with their slate name in brackets after their name if they are on a slate.

 

Candidates for Vice President Community and Welfare

 

Jacob French

Click here for the candidate's Manifesto

 

Mostak Mohammad Shawon

Click here for the candidate's Manifesto

 

Ubong Joseph Ante

Click here for the candidate's Manifesto

 

Candidates for Men’s Welfare Officer

Hayden

No photo submitted.

Manifesto not submitted before the deadline.

 

Candidates for Women’s Welfare Officer

Jessica Earley

No photo submitted.

Manifesto not submitted before the deadline.

 

Click here to visit our elections site and view all of the candidates for all of the elections that are taking place.

Voting will be from 10:00 Monday 2 March until 22:00 Thursday 5 March with the results being announced from 19:00 Friday 6 March. www.thestudentsunion.co.uk/vote

During the same time, we are also running a referendum, you can find out more in this article or on this page.