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Here are UEA’s new SU Officers

Voting closed earlier today

You may have voted, you might not have, but either way you're about to see these people around campus an awful lot. Luckily we've got the full list of every candidate who won their respective postion right here. So lets get started. First off the part time positions…

Non-Portfolio Officers:

Zoe Freeman

Chloe Crowther

Henry Bowen

Thai Braddick

Womens Officer:

Amy Atkinson

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This year saw the highest turnout yet…

Officer for Students with Disabilities:

Hannah Murgatroyd

Mature Students Officer:

Diem-Sylvan Von-Pratt

LGBT+ Trans & Non-Binary Officer:

Evie Toseland

LGBT+ Open Place Officer:

Liam Deary

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With a total of 3779 votes unlockng us soem free karaoke.

Ethical Issues Officer

Rob Klim

International EU Officer:

Borja Martin Simon

International Non-EU Officer:

Mohaned Alhasan

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The Cloud Dog statue, one of last years voting incentives. RIP Cloud Dog.

With your part time officers out the way, here are the full time officers…

Campaigns & Democracy Officer:

Sophie Atherton

Postgraduate Officer:

Martin Marko

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Sophie (Left) and Martin (Right)

Welfare, Community & Diversity:

Georgina Burchell

Activities & Opportunities:

Oli Gray

Undergraduate Education Officer:

Jenna Chapman

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Georgina (Left), Oli (Middle) and Jenna (Right)

Commenting on the result, SU Returning Officer Michael Wigg said:

“At the start of this election we figured that a combo of snow, industrial action and an early Easter might see a low turnout. But I’m thrilled that the SU beat its previous turnout record against the odds, which is testament to the fantastic campaigns run by the candidates. It’s tough putting yourself out there, so I’d like to congratulate all the candidates- winners and losers- on a hard fought and exciting election.

“After Easter there’s a chance for everyone else in the student body to get involved- boards that oversee the shop and the LCR, course reps, paid school and faculty convenors, SU committees and committees of clubs and societies will all be open for election, and I’d encourage everyone returning to UEA next year to keep an eye open and throw their hat in the ring- details will go live on before Easter”