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Deciding on standing in the SU Elections can be a difficult decision. Which role suits you best? What’s involved in running? How do you write a manifesto? But you can rest assured that taking the plunge and putting your name forward for a role will be both a rewarding and exciting experience.

We understand that our elections can be confusing. so we have prepared a few key resources to help you with everything from getting ideas for your campaign, to understanding the budget and rules. It is important to ensure you are prepared when entering into these elections. However, if at any point you feel you need more support, just visit the uea(su) office.

 

DROP IN SESSIONS

 

We are hosting a number of drop in sessions before nominations close. These are to give any student who is thinking of running in the election the opportunity to ask questions about the role, the process or the SU in general. If you wish to attened a drop in session, simply click on the link below the meeting at the given time of the slot you want to attened and join.

Sessions are as:

 

Tuesday 12th Jan 17:00 

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Wednesday 13th Jan 12:00

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Thursday 14th Jan 12:00

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Friday 15th Jan 12:00

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Monday 18th Jan 12:00

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Tuesday 19th Jan 17:00

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Wednesday 20th jan 12:00

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Thursday 21st Jan 12:00

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Tuesday 26th Jan 12:00

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Wednesday 27th Jan 17:00

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Thursday 28th Jan 12:00

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This section of the website provides potential candidates with all the key information they need to be a part of the election. This is for you to support you!

Below are a number of links to the key areas of the election - perhaps make this your homepage for the two weeks of elections!

 

Candidates Do's and Don'ts (NUS Resource):

 

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