By-Elections 2020

During our biannual elections, our student leaders are voted in by our students. These roles are the chance for you to make your mark, whether you run for a position, or vote.

The Results of By-Elections 2020

The By-Elections 2020 has concluded and the results are published. Congratulations to all candididates who participated in the election.

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The KCLSU By-Elections 2020 want to ensure all students at King’s are represented as inidividuals and within their communities, this is why in May/June 2020 we will be holding a By-Election.

What is a By-Election?

A by-election is held when re-open nominations (R.O.N) is the result outcome for a position or when a position is left unfilled. It is a continued election from the the main election happened in Spring 2020.

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Why is KCLSU doing a by-election?

KCLSU are holding a by-election to fill the vacant roles of Vice President Postgraduate and some Network Officer positions to ensure we have the representatives in post for the next academic year. These new leaders will join the current elected leaders for 2020/2021. You can see your future representatives here

Which roles are we electing/voting for?

  • Vice President Postgraduate
  • Mature Students’ Officer
  • Disabled Students’ Officer
  • LGBT+ Officer (open place and Trans place)
  • Student Parents and Carers’ Officer
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KCLSU is a democratic charity led by students. Our elected student leaders work to ensure a wide cross-section of views are represented in decision making within the Union and at King’s and help to unite the various student communities around common causes.

No elections are currently running
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The Positions

  • Vice President Postgraduate
  • Mature Students’ Officer
  • Disabled Students’ Officer
  • LGBT+ Officer (open place)
  • Student Parents and Carers’ Officer
Read about the candidates who ran!

Keep an eye on the elections timeline

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“You're a student at King's and your voice is important. Be heard, and make a difference to yourself and your colleagues by taking part in Student Union campaigns and activities!”

- Robert Liow, 3rd year LLB Law, President of the International Students' Rights Campaign.