R. U. hacking - 2019 Committee Elections
In order to nominate yourself for a committee role you must be a standard student member of the associated club or society; associate and visiting members cannot run for election. Current committee members may stand for re-election, as long as you will be returning as a student in the 2019/20 academic period. Constitutionally, you are only able to hold one committee position per club/society. You may run for multiple positions within a club/society but if you are to receive the most votes for multiple posts, the previous Committee President will make the decision as to which role you will be appointed into.
Candidates may criticise another candidate’s campaign, but never anything personal. You and your supporters must not reference another candidate’s personal traits of character; misrepresent another candidate’s religious, political, or other views or actions; or intimidate any participant in the election, including voters, candidates and staff
By nominating yourself for committee, you are agreeing to attend any necessary meetings with RUSU and Student Activities. This may include, but is not limited to: An initial committee training and development meeting in Term 3, 2019; Activity Group Meetings throughout the year, and Welfare Training
4 posts are up for election.
Nominations open at 10:00 on Monday 25 February 2019 (in 3 days and 9 hours)
The polls open at 10:00 on Monday 11 March 2019 (in 2 weeks and 3 days)
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