SU Elections Articles
LeadMCR roles explained – Could this be you?
Looking for a post-grad job opportunity? Lead MCR is back with plenty of leadership and team opportunities to improve Manchester’s SU
How to: win an SU election
Taking into account the behaviours and trends of past SU elections, here’s a handy (satirical) guide to winning your Officer campaign…
Looking back at SU elections controversy
The SU elections have seen multiple controversies over their years. This article looks back at the last decade to pick out the 5 biggest ones.
Nominations are OPEN for the SU elections
Find out a little more about the new SU elected positions and what you could do to represent the student body.
All you need to know about the Part Time Officer Elections
The position of becoming a part-time officer at the SU has now opened up and this is all students need to know about it.
Opinion: Here’s why Nancy Rothwell must go
Lucy Nichols outlines the main arguments of the #nancyout campaign amongst a turbulent time for the university’s management
Indian Society of Manchester to re-run election after complaints
The new committee, which was elected in April, was asked to step down following the row
New exec hail huge win for “underrepresented students” despite cheating controversy
The historic election of two Chinese officers comes alongside accusations of misconduct directed at some winners for the second year running
There’s still time to vote in the SU elections
There’s still time to have your say in this year’s Exec Officer elections – don’t miss out!
SU elections cheating row erupts for second year running
Several candidates allegedly broke rules related to giving students personal space when voting – according to others in the running
Have your say in the SU Elections
Voting is now open for the SU officer elections with results set to be announced on March 5th in Whitworth Hall
Student rep election results announced
A round up of the newly elected Student Officers; the highest election turnout in the university’s history
UMSU elections are in a crisis of apathy
Alice Rigby argues that Manchester needs a re-invigoration of the student electoral system to make us believe in our executive and union representatives
General Secretary: Colin Cortbus
Colin Cortbus tells us why we should vote for him for General Secretary
Wellbeing Officer: Jonny Rowe
Jonny Rowe tells us why we should vote for him for Wellbeing Officer
General Secretary: James Johnson
James Johnson tells us why we should vote for him for General Secretary
Wellbeing Officer: Lily Risby
Lily Risby tells us why we should vote for her for Wellbeing Officer
Education Officer: Megan Gurney
Megan Gurney tells us why we should vote for her for Education Officer