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GSA and ICU Summer Elections 2009: The Results

Jun 04 2009 18:50
Lawrence Weetman
The Graduate Students' Association and the ICU Central Officers elections are over and the results are in!
A record low for candidate photo submissions?

Live has the pleasure of announcing the winners of the 2009 summer elections... congratulations to everyone who has ben elected into a position!

Council Chair

Mark Chamberlain
  • Mark CHAMBERLAIN (100, 2nd round) ELECTED
  • Jaimie HENRY (90, 2nd round)
  • Maytham OMRAN (19, 1st round)
  • RON (19, 1st round)

Welfare Campaigns Officer

  • Adam GILL (92, 2nd round) ELECTED
  • Syed JUNAID (28, 1st round)
  • RON (87, 2nd round)

CAG Chair

  • Joseph FREER (145) ELECTED
  • RON (52)

RAG Chair

  • Alexander DAHINTEN (158) ELECTED
  • RON (51)

Equal Opportunites Officer

Hannah Theodorou
  • Tim BARRETT (35)
  • Hannah THEODOROU (122) ELECTED
  • Asanka WIJENDRA (18)
  • RON (18)

GSA Chair

Ali Mozaffari
  • RON (7)

GSA Treasurer

  • Stefan NUBERT (19) ELECTED
  • RON (12)

GSA Secretary

  • Patrick WRAY (20) ELECTED
  • RON (12)

Engineering Postgraduate Rep

Shuoying Cao
  • Shuoying CAO (16) ELECTED
  • RON (3)

Physical Sciences Postgraduate Rep

  • Neki PATEL (22) ELECTED
  • RON (5)

Unfilled Positions

In the Central Union Officer Elections, the International Students' Officer was not elected.

Following the GSA Elections, the following positions remain unfilled:

  • GSA Activities Co-ordinator
  • GSA Postscript Editor
  • Medical School Postgraduate Rep
  • Business School Postgraduate Rep
  • Life Sciences Postgraduate Rep
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Discussion about “GSA and ICU Summer Elections 2009: The Results”

The comments below are unmoderated submissions by Live! readers. The Editor accepts no liability for their content, nor for any offence caused by them. Any complaints should be directed to the Editor.
Jun 04 2009 19:05

Did the Union bother to promote voting? A turnout of just over 200 is pathetic.

Jun 04 2009 19:29

No it was my fault. ;)

3. Rob F   
Jun 05 2009 15:12

Wow... I don't think I've ever had my vote count so much before. 1 of 39 who voted in the GSA elections and 1 of 27 who voted in the physical sciences bit.

Jun 05 2009 19:09

This is a ridiculously poor turnout... quite sad really but such is life.

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