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Voting for UCLU elections has begun

Sam Fearnley on the launch of the UCL spring elections

With a tweet on their official profile this morning, the union has announced the news that voting for the spring elections is now open.

The voting is all done online, and you will need to log in using your UCL username. Voting can be done on the union’s website here.

All the votes need to be in by the deadline of Thursday 5th March 2015, at 10am. All the results will be posted on 6pm on the same day.

There are a number of ways of getting to know the candidates. Firstly, there are posters all over campus, which briefly explain how the candidates intend to tackle the role.

The UCLU Twitter and Facebook are other good sources of information. Lots of links to information for all the officer positions will be provided there.

There is also an event on Wednesday 4th March. All the candidates will be in the Quad at lunchtime, for ‘Candidate Question Time’, and anyone will be able to ask anything about the manifestos to any of the candidates.

A list of all the positions can be found here.

For more information on the roles that are available, and how the process works, check out Pi TV’s video explaining all.

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Voting for UCLU elections has begun Reviewed by on February 26, 2015 .

Sam Fearnley on the launch of the UCL spring elections

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