Voting has officially opened for the next group of SUBU Full-Time Officer Elections.
This year more candidates than ever before have put themselves forward for one of the five Full-Time positions, and each role is highly contested. Last Friday evening, The Old Fire Station became the hub of the elections as 28 candidates participated in Candidate Question Time, where each candidate spoke about themselves, their campaign, and what they hope to achieve if elected.
This week is campaign week, and each candidate can be seen around both Talbot and Lansdowne Campus speaking to students about why they should get your vote. Look out for the candidates and their supporters, and make sure you use your voice to decide who you want to represent you as a Full Time Union Officer.
Voting closes at 4pm on Thursday 15th March, and you can find out the results of this election on Friday 16th March at 7pm on ground floor of the Student Centre.
Find out more about the candidates and how to vote on the SUBU Elections webpages