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Candidates’ fury as SU’s March elections omit some manifestos

SU election nominations form

This week sees SU activities elect their committees for the next academic year – yet some candidates have been left frustrated after pictures and manifestos failed to appear on the SU website.

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Manifesto: Jae Joseph-Jeffrey (VP Activities)

Jae Joseph-Jeffrey
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Manifesto: Smantha Storey (VP Activities)

Samantha Storey
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Manifesto: William Fry (VP Activities)

William Fry

  My name is Will Fry. I’m currently president of Men’s Football, and Vice-President of Sports Committee. I have a large understanding of the workings of the activities department and spend lots of time working for you already in my free time.

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Manifesto: Sophia Marie Bishell (VP Activities)

Sophia Marie Bishell

  Sophia Marie Bishell VOTE SOPHIA FOR VP ACTIVITIES! I am currently in my final year of studying drama at the University of Lincoln. For the past year I have been representing students through existing Societies on campus after being elected as Societies Officer. Through studying my Drama course I have developed a range of […]

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SU Elections 2014: VP Activities

Voting starts at 9.00 am on Monday February 24, 2014. Photo: Lincoln SU

Five candidates are running for the role of VP Activities in the upcoming Lincoln Students’ Union elections. They will be hoping to take over from Joe Burt, who has filled the role since summer 2013.

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SU Elections: Rules were made to be broken?

Andreas Zacharia is the current vice-president for activities. Photo: The Linc

Disqualified, appealed, won the election: The Linc reveals the issues surrounding Andreas Zacharia’s re-election that the SU kept secret.

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