Halfway through voting, we’ve decided to show you how the race for Sabbatical positions is shaping up before the official results are announced on Friday night.
We recently published a series of interviews with the candidates for each Sabb role with polls to see how you were voting, reaching almost 1,000 votes between the seven positions. Last year we only got four out of seven right (Unless you count prolific re-runner Anjit), and this year there are even more hotly contested positions.
For Union President, Ben Franklin looks nailed on to win, securing an overwhelming majority in our polls.
VP Sports Development
VP Sports Development is possibly the hardest race to predict in the entire election, with Jamie Wilson taking a very small lead over the other three candidates.
Incumbent Equality & Diversity Officer Sam Bailey has taken a resounding lead over the other two candidates, and looks set to be next year’s VP Welfare.
For VP DCI, Kerry Sclater holds a significant lead over her competitor.
Lone candidate Shruti Verma leads RON by just one vote in our public poll.
VP Student Communities
Veteran campaign-runner Anjit Aulakh leads the way for VP Student Communities.
Jenny Bortoluzzi has a strong lead for VP Engagement.
Think our polls got it all wrong? Let us know in the comments, and find out the official results on Friday night!