Executive Elections

Nominations
Closed

Debate
To be determined

Voting
To be determined

Results
Not tallied

The Federation of Students holds their General Election every year in the winter term.  The election determines who will be your student representatives for the following year, including your four Feds Executives.

Your student union has a significant impact on your experience at the University of Waterloo - from clubs, to part-time jobs, to a health and dental plan, and your favourite commercial operations like the Bomber, we provide a lot! It's important that all our members have their voice heard by voting in the election. If you're an undergraduate student at Waterloo, then you are a member so make sure to vote in the 2018 Feds election!

Interested in becoming our next student leader? Talk to one of your current Executives to learn how they got to where they are! #UWVotes

Nominations are now open for 2018-2019 Feds Executive Election

You have until January 15 to nominate yourself or someone else for one of the Feds Executive positions. Successful nominees need to have 100 signatures at vote.feds.ca.

 

For information regarding Feds elections, please contact your current president, president@feds.ca.

Important Dates

Nomination Period
November 20 at 10am until January 15 at 4pm

All Candidates Meeting
January 15 at 5:30pm (location TBD)

Interim Period
January 15 at 4pm to January 21 at 10pm

Campaign Period
January 21 at 10pm to February 7 at 10pm

Voting Period 
February 5 at 10am to February 7 at 10pm
*Note: Campaigning still permitted during voting period

Events

During the Campaign Period, Feds will host various events including meet-and-greets and a debate where you will have a chance to get to know your candidates. Check back here in January, we’ll be sure to update you with event details!

Nominations

Important:

  • Please read this nomination form in its entirety.
  • Only undergraduate students from your constituency are eligible to sign council nomination forms.
  • Remember to fill out all parts of your nomination form.
  • Nomination packages are available at vote.feds.ca.
  • Applications will have a due date typically one week prior to the start of the campaign period. Successful Feds Executive Nominees will have 100 signatures, successful Students’ Council and Senate Nominees will have 25 signatures. All signatures must be Waterloo undergraduate students.
  • A Candidate Info Session will typically be held on the same day, following the campaign submission deadline. This Info Session is mandatory as important information will be shared concerning the elections process and the campaigning period.
  • Candidates are responsible for becoming familiar with the Federation of Students’ By-laws and applicable elections procedures.
  • Candidates are encouraged to submit a maximum 100-word bio and/or platform summary with this nomination form to be included in Feds elections promotional materials.

Nomination packages

Paperless Nomination Packages
Visit vote.feds.ca during the nomination period to obtain your paperless nomination package.

Candidates

Candidates 2018 are to be determined. 

Allegations & Appeals

No allegations or appeals at this time.

  Nominations
Closed
 Debate
To be determined
 Voting
To be determined
 Results
Not tallied

Important Dates

Nomination Period: To be determined

All Candidates Meeting: To be determined

Interim Period: To be determined

Campaign Period: January 22 to February 7

Voting Period: To be determined

Events

No events listed at this time

Nominations

Nomination packages will be available during the election period.

Important:

  • Please read this nomination form in its entirety.
  • Only undergraduate students from your constituency are eligible to sign council nomination forms.
  • Remember to fill out all parts of your nomination form.
  • Applications are due [to be determined] to the FEDS Front Desk in the Student Life Centre
  • A Candidate Info Session will be held on [to be determined] in [to be determined]. This Info Session is mandatory as important information will be shared concerning the elections process and the campaigning period.
  • Candidates are responsible for becoming familiar with the Federation of Students’ By-laws and applicable elections procedures.
  • Candidates are encouraged to submit a maximum 100-word bio and/or platform summary with this nomination form to be included in Feds elections promotional materials.

Candidates

No running candidates at this time.

Debate

No debates scheduled at this time.  

Voting

Be sure to have your vote count in the 2017 Executive Elections.

Voting Open: TBD

Voting Closed: TBD

Where to Vote: vote.feds.ca  External Link

Voting Process: Learn more about how the voting process works for your Feds Elections? 

Allegations

Allegations will become available during the election period.

Results

Status: Not available

Results will be available once all votes have been tallied.

Elections Contact

Any questions and comments can be addressed to the Elections Officer at elections@feds.ca.