It’s a first-year head-to-head with Alex Bryant and Ezra Manson running for financial vice-president. With similar platforms, the difference between these two comes down to opinions and the type of financial VP each plans to be.
Communications vice-president Michaela Sam and arts representative Amelia Wilding are on the ballot for KSU student life vice-president.
Anna Dubinski, this year’s KSU presidential candidate, is no novice in university politics—and she’s running unopposed.
If you wandered around campus during election week, you may have seen the numerous campaign posters with the bold question, “Have you heard the news?”. This catchy slogan was the brainchild of Haydn Watters, who ran unopposed for journalism representative on KSU council.
If you catch someone observing you from across the quad, don’t be alarmed. It’s probably just Kevin Brown, the new science representative on KSU council.
Gabriel Goodman hails from the West Coast, recently moving east to take on the Foundation Year Programme. He since has gone from participatory democracy in Occupy Vancouver to Robert’s Rules at the King’s Students’ Union. Now he’s your first-year student representative.
Braeden Jones is no stranger to King’s Students’ Union politics.
The third-year journalism student and new member-at-large is now on his second position in the KSU and has run in four Union elections. This time, he ran unopposed, winning 77 per cent of the votes cast.
Amelia Wilding is this year’s arts representative, but the job didn’t come easy. The third-year student ran in one of the largest and tightest races in last week’s elections, beating her opponent by 27 votes.