Autumn 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 2020 Autumn Elections

KCLSU is a democratic charity led by students. It is these elected student leaders that work to ensure a broad cross-section of views are represented in decision making within the Union and at King's.

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Their aim is to unite the various student communities around common causes. Autumn Elections are a huge part of this, with more than 200 posts available covering nine areas of work at the Student's Union.

How do Elections work at KCLSU?

Autumn and Spring Elections at KCLSU are a democratic set of elections where all King's students can vote for their future representatives, both in a College and Union setting. They usually happen at the beginning and at the end of the academic year, respectively.

Which roles are we electing/voting?

KCLSU is holding Autumn Elections to fill more than 40 posts on 10 areas of work, with different positions

  • Academic Reps
  • Academic Board
  • Academic Associations
  • Sustainability, Sports, and Activities Union Development Committee Members
  • Student Trustees
  • Network Officers (LGBT+ Officer (trans place) and Disabled Students' Officer)

When are the main dates on this Autumn Elections?

  • 21 September – Nominations Open
  • 2 October – Nominations close
  • 6 October – Candidates announced
  • 7 October – Online vote opens
  • 9 October – Online vote closes
  • 14 October – Results announced online at 5pm
 

Results Announcement

The Results are now live

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The Positions

  • Academic Reps
  • Academic Board
  • Academic Associations
  • Sustainability, Sports, and Activities Committee Members
  • Student Trustees
  • Network Officers (LGBT+ Officer (Trans Place) and Disabled Students' Officer)
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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.