Tag Archives: Elections
Shakira Martin, NUS’ Vice President for Further Education, has been elected as the organisation’s new president at the National Conference in Brighton.
Kudzai Muzangaza has said he is ‘very thankful’ after he was elected as the new President of the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union last night.
Members of the University of Lincoln’s Students’ Union can now vote for their new Student Leaders, after voting opened earlier this evening.
Conservative candidate and county councillor Marc Jones will replace Alan Hardwick as Police and Crime Commissioner for Lincolnshire following Thursday’s elections.
The sun is shining bright over Lincoln, which means the end of local election counting and the beginning of the Police and Crime Commissioner count.
Polls have now closed after thousands of Lincolnites went to elect a whole new set of city councillors.
SU election week sees The Linc accused of bias at least once, every year. It’s an odd accusation, because we go out of our way not to endorse anyone or anything. Gregor Smith explains why.
Karl McCartney has slammed the University of Lincoln Students’ Union for perceived bias in its current elections.
Students are most at risk of ‘dropping off’ – not in a long 9am lecture, but from the electoral register.
Adam Allcroft provides the Linc with the closest thing we’ve ever had to a ‘listicle’, analysing why Karl beat the pundits to stay MP for Lincoln.