MDXSU Elections 2019

Election Rules

 If you're standing for a position in the MDXSU Elections, or if you're campaigning for a particular candidate, you must abide by the election rules.

You can view the rules and regulations for the elections by clicking here.

Prior to voting opening, all candidates will need to attend a compulsory elections briefing which will explain the rules and give you the opportunity to ask questions. There are several candidate briefings for you to attend this week:

If you cannot attend these briefings, please contact


Training and Resources

Middlesex Students' Union will provide all the training, support and advice you need to stand for a position and campaign - and to do your job once elected! As well as giving you a coach to support you throughout the elections, we also offer free training sessions on manifesto writing, campaigning and public speaking - you can view upcoming sessions at (email us at for further info).


Within these sessions, we will answer any questions and also provide worksheets for you to work through. You can also download these below:
Manifesto Writing

Any other questions?

Please read our Elections FAQs, or email us at, or drop in to see us at Middlesex Students' Union in MDX House.

Candidate Briefing

Watch the video below as a refresher of all the rules and regulations. 

Filmed by Ahmad Jolghazi from POW! TV


Key Dates

Voting will take place from Friday 1 March, 10AM - 7 March, 2PM. The results will be announced in MDX House from on Friday 8 March - join us from 6pm to be the first to hear who will be leading your Students' Union next year! See below for all events during elections.