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Polls Open for KCLSU Autumn Elections

Polls for the KCLSU Autumn Elections 2017 opened yesterday. Voting runs from 9 October until 12 October.

“Life starts all over again when it gets crisp in the fall”.

And so do elections. This week’s vote will decide the names of 207 student leaders, including 4 Student Trustees, over 110 Academic Reps, Associations Committee Reps, NUS Delegates, and Union Development Committee Reps.

Photo Credit: KCLSU

A full list of the available posts can be found here, whilst you can meet the candidates and read their manifestos here. Most have already started campaigning around campus and on social media, kicking off a parade of witty slogans and gutsy promises.

Voting is available to all King’s students. Every student has one vote for each available position, and is required to rank the candidates in order of preference. Polls close at 17:00 on Thursday 12 October 2017.

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