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The provisionally approved candidates list for full time officer positions elected at National Conference is as below.

The provisional manifesto booklet is available now for download.

At the close of nominations for the following positions on Friday, 25th January 2013 the following nominations were initially received by the Chief Returning Officer. Where a form was received that has been ruled out at this stage, it is indicated as such along with the reason below.

Their appearance on this list does not fully confirm them as a candidate- there is a period in which eligibility can be challenged, please see the full manifesto document for details.

NUS National Conference

President

Vicki Baars                    NUS NEC

Samuel Guas                 UCL SU

Toni Pearce                   NUS NEC

Peter Smallwood            Brunel

 

Vice President Further Education

Roshni Joshi                 South Downs College SU

Matt Stanley                  Mid Kent College SU

Joe Vinson                    Cornwall College SU

 

Vice President Higher Education

Naomi Beecroft              Edinburgh University Students' Association

Tomas Evans                Cardiff University Students’ Union

Rachel Wenstone           NUS NEC

 

Vice President Union Development

Raechel Mattey             NUS WNEC

James McAsh               Edinburgh University Students’ Association

 

Vice President Society & Citizenship

Dom Anderson               Derby Univ SU

Shereen Prasad             City & Islington College

 

Vice President Welfare

Al Hussein Abutaleb       University of Sheffield SU

Rosie Huzzard               Sheffield College SU

Colum Mcguire              Kent Union

 

NUS Disabled Students’ Conference

Disabled Students’ Officer

Hannah Paterson           NUS Disabled Students’ Committee

Matthew Reuben           Royal Holloway SU

 

NUS LGBT Conference

LGBT Officer (Open Place)

Sky Yarlett                    NUS LGBT Committee

LGBT Officer (Womens Place)

Finn McGoldrick NUS LGBT Committee   

 

NUS Womens Conference

Womens Officer

Kelley Temple               NUS Womens Committee

 

 

 

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