SRC elections are running online this year, with the campaign and election procedure occurring predominantly on the new ClickUP module: ‘SRC Elections 2020’. Voting will take place from 26 October to 29 October, on e-voting platforms.
The new module contains an uploaded step-by-step guide, which can be found under ‘Navigation Guide’, as well as the election schedule and links to the Constitution for Student Governance, and FAQs for elections. The ClickUP module allows students to “receive all the relevant […] election notifications” and updates as the election season progresses from nominations to final candidates. The nomination process and provisional candidate period has concluded, and the list of final candidates can be found on the module, on the SRC website and social media platforms, and in the election supplement to this edition of PDBY.
Campaigns and election manifestos will be presented on live Zoom presentations, which are scheduled from 12 to 23 October, every weekday at 16:30. Each portfolio’s candidates will engage with “pertinent issues affecting students”, and issues pertaining to their respective portfolios. Voting will take place from 26 to 29 October, and the provisional election results will be announced for objections to be raised where applicable.
Queries related to the election season can be sent to email@example.com.
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