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- Mar 6: Last day to vote in the AUSU General Election
- Mar 8: Special Meeting to Announce Election Results
- Mar 10: Deadline to register in a course starting Apr 1
- Mar 15: Deadline to submit election appeal
- Mar 15: April degree requirements deadline
- Mar 30: Deadline to apply for course extension for Mar
- Apr 10: Deadline to register in a course starting May 1
VOTE in the AUSU General Election
The voting period for the AUSU 2018 General Election has started and will run until March 6, 2018. Confidential ballots have been emailed to all AUSU members (to the primary email address they have on file with AU).
Your vote matters! This election will select the 13 AUSU councillors that will represent AU undergraduate students for the next two years! The AUSU councillors do important work that effects AU students, such as deciding what services and awards to offer, deciding what advocacy topics to prioritize, and representing AU students at the university, provincial, and federal level.
Be sure to check out the links below to find out more about the candidates and fill out your ballot with your top choices for student council!
Remember – you can vote no matter where you live, and your ballot is completely confidential!
The results of the general election will be announced in a special meeting of council held on Thursday, March 8 at 5:30 pm MT. The meeting will be held by teleconference and all members are welcome to attend.
The meeting agenda and teleconference instructions are posted online here.
The results will also be announced to the membership by e-newsletter, on our website, and on social media.
Visit our website here to find out more about the election.
If you have any questions, please contact the Chief Returning Officer, Jacqueline Keena, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Find out more about the Candidates!
BIOGRAPHIES: Check out the candidate biographies:
- Sarah Blayney Lew (Kingston, ON)
- Sandra Boivin (Montreal, QC)
- Brittany T.M. Daigle (Toronto, ON)
- Natasha Donahue (Barrhead, AB)
- Darcy Fleming (Lethbridge, AB)
- Melinda Goertz (Athabasca, AB)
- Christine Hudder (Palmer Rapids, ON)
- Amanda Lipinski (Prince George, AB)
- Alice Namu (Toronto, ON)
- Lisa Oracheski (Edmonton, AB)
- Lionel Pinkhard (South Africa)
- Joshua Ryan (Orleans, ON)
- Brandon Simmons (Duffield, AB)
- Mark Teeninga (Stoney Creek, ON)
- Julian Teterenko (Edmonton, AB)
DEBATES: Listen to the election debates held last week to find out what the candidates views are on important topics.
FORUM: Check out the AUSU Election Forum to see the candidates answers to student questions.
VOICE INTERVIEWS: Check out some interview questions with the candidates by The Voice online here.