Election of Vice Presidents 2020-2021 and ordinary members of the Council 2020-2022
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10 October 2019

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Election of Vice Presidents 2020-2021 and ordinary members of the Council 2020-2022

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Date published

10 October 2019

Results of the election of two new Vice Presidents and nine ordinary members of Council.

Voting closed at noon on 2 September 2019.

CONTEST: Vice Presidents

The number of vacancies for Vice-Presidents is two.
As only two candidates have been nominated (Mohamad K Al-Dah and Matthew Byatt) there is no contest.

CONTEST: Election of Ordinary Members

The minimum number of ordinary members (continuing in office and to be elected) from any electoral region is one (apart from Region 11 (Hong Kong), where it is two). To fulfil this requirement, at least one candidate from Region 2 (Scottish, Northern Ireland and Republic of Ireland) must now be elected. There is no maximum number from any region.

As only one candidate has been nominated in Region 2 (Stephen D Alford) he is automatically elected.

RESULT

9 to elect

  • CASHELL, Katherine A - 1,524 - ELECTED
  • BLEEZE, Rebecca M T M - 1,424 - ELECTED
  • ORR, John J - 1,303 - ELECTED
  • REYNOLDS, Andrea K - 1,265 - ELECTED
  • PITCHERS, Simon J - 1,218 - ELECTED
  • NELSON, Philip - 1,116 - ELECTED
  • PRICE, John R - 1,077 - ELECTED
  • LOK, Francis Tat-seng - 1,068 - ELECTED
  • HUANG, Hélène - 969 - ELECTED
  • KASSABIAN, Paul E - 948
  • SIKKA, Prashant - 914
  • SNOWBALL, Andrew L - 903

Number of eligible voters: 18,879
Votes cast by post:115
Votes cast online: 2,445
Total number of votes cast: 2,560
Turnout: 13.6%
Number of votes found to be invalid:1
Total number of valid votes to be counted: 2,559

 

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