The UCSA Executive for 2013 has been decided...
Election Results (Candidates in italics were voted in to the 2013 Executive)
Erin Jackson 1803
Richard Moore 888
Marlene Murray 296
Stephen Chapman 136
Andrew Ramsay 1009
Ahmad Osama 972
James McKelvie 858
Marlene Murray 351
Tom Beaumont 1593
Jeremy Hutton 1282
Sarah Platt 1351
Jared Van de Geest 1229
Mitchell Croft 1155
Tyrone Elkington 1111
Lisa Reynolds 963
Bjorn Arndt 953
Michael Kensington 875
Hugh Mack 869
Shane Soulsby 813
Christine Henriques 790
John King 766
Henry Jones 749
Marlene Murray 713
Ari Mvsivagnanam 516
Andy J. Tan 475
Simon Bell 450
Nick Nath 422
(Tom Beaumont) 1124 - Already voted in as Finance Officer
Voters = 3,772 (25.39%) from 14,853 enrolled students
EXECUTIVE ELECTION 2012 DETAILS:
A PRESIDENTIAL DEBATE WAS HELD ON WEDNESDAY THE 8TH OF AUGUST AT NOON IN THE UNDERCROFT.
The UCSA Executive are the governing body of the Association – made up of twelve students, who represent the wider student body, the Executive make decisions and shape the direction of the UCSA. If you get elected to the Executive, you'll get involved in both the representation side of what the UCSA does (like sitting on faculty committees), the services provided (clubs, events, welfare, advocacy and communications) as well as the commercial side (cafes, food outlets, bars and early learning childhood centres)...
The UCSA act in the best interests for all students, and you have the opportunity to be one of those students who help fulfil that role.
Positions available are: President, Vice President, Finance Officer and 9 General Executives.
Nominations will close 12pm (midday), July 27 and there will be a candidate briefing at 5pm, July 27 in the Undercroft.
Campaigning will run from 5pm July 27 until midnight August 8.
A presidential candidate debate will be held on August 8.
Voting will be open online from 9am August 9 and close 5pm August 10.
INFO FOR CLUBS:
UCSA election time again. As per last year there are rules as to what clubs can and cannot do. Clubs cannot openly endorse or promote candidates, and clubs cannot post promotional material of a candidate on their Facebook pages. It is at the discretion of the club whether they allow the candidates themselves to post on the club Facebook page - however you cannot discriminate: if you allow one person to post on your page, you must allow all other candidates to do the same. Candidates and clubs cannot send promotional material to club members via club email lists. Any club or candidate doing so risks the expulsion of the candidate in question
IMPORTANT DOCUMENTS FOR NOMINEES: