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UTSU Elections – Simplified.


Jamieson Wang, Howl Staff

Unless you are involved in the elections or you just have a deep-seated passion for university politics, it is unlikely that you have any idea what is going on with the UTSU elections. Here is a simple breakdown of what you need to know about the main party candidates. Participation is mostly split in a two-party divide, with Unity and StudentsFirst hoping that their members win all the positions; Rohail Tanoli is running as an independent for the presidential nomination. Here is some of the fundamental information in a more visually engaging manner:

For more information, visit their websites: VoteUnity and StudentsFirst or visit their Facebook pages at /voteuoftunity and /studentsfirstuoft. Also, Unity has created this video.

Voting will be taking place on the 6, 7 and 8 of March, from 9am to 6pm at the following locations:

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