The Elections are over, the successful candidates have been named, and slowly but surely campus will become devoid of any sign that voting ever happened.
However for everyone involved the memory lingers on, and for those who participated in campaigning, strong bonds and friendships have been made with those they helped and those they ran against.
Here are a few images to help keep the spirit of Elections 2013 alive!
Unfortunately we didn’t get a chance to capture every campaign team or every moment, so if you have an image you’d like displayed in our gallery, email your photo with a caption (telling us what it features) to email@example.com.
Thanks to our Campaign Week Photographer Will Russell for his hard work and photographs.
Watch out for our article featuring photos from Results Night Live.
Chris Clarke joins David Gilani in the Gilani Army
Michelle Dando’s presidential banner
Claire Gilbert and her Golden campaign team
Posters, posters everywhere.
Campaign kicks off on concourse.
Alex Mortlock and his campaign team.
Gilani Army and Go North
Peewee demonstrating his dashing Presidential good looks
Kate Wills and her campaign team.
Getting posters up as quickly as possible.
Joshua Davies stays classy for James Brant
Rachel Stockey and James Brant making sure their message is heard.
Cmpaign teams getting ready for the week ahead.
No part of SUSU was safe from posters and banners.
Snow started to fall on Saturday, March 23 as campaigning on campus began.
Giant banners were a main focus for many teams.
The interchange was overrun with posters.
Claire Gilbert’s star campaign got everywhere!
Posters and banners covered the buildings
More and more posters and banners appeared …
Even more posters!
There was no escaping the message of the campaign teams.
There was no escaping the message of the campaign teams
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