Voting opened today and it was evident that the candidates were keen to keep campaigning hard as students start to make their decisions.
Impact spoke to presidential candidate Ed Keevil, who said that he was “supported by twenty to thirty of my friends”, and was in high spirits. Ed said, “often when you look at an opposing campaign its strength can dishearten you” but added that the positive feedback he hears and the support he gets from students is enough to make him optimistic.
Students are reminded that voting is now open. To vote in the Student Leader Elections this year, click here.
The voting statistics organised by school were released today, with Geography taking a clear lead.
Voting closes at 3pm on March 13, with results announced from 7pm on March 13. Keep following Impact for all the coverage of this year’s SU Elections.
Images: Impact Images Team, body image Charlotte Van Rhee
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